Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Spring

Specimens
Spring has sprung in my neck of the woods & the Jacaranda trees
are about to burst in purple song all around Queretaro.

24 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Tanya @ Lovely Greens said...

What a beautiful composition...how many of the flowers can you name? :)

3/13/2012 3:19 PM  
Blogger JooJoo said...

This photo is gorgeous! Such rich colors. I also love your work in progress from previous post, I'm sure it will turn out great!

3/13/2012 3:26 PM  
Anonymous Sally (Toronto) said...

Oh I hope you post photos of the Jacaranda trees! They remind me of my years spent in South Africa, and Australia. So so beautiful.

3/13/2012 3:54 PM  
Blogger NW Nature Nut said...

Ha! I laughed when I saw your photo. Probably not the reaction you were going for. I just posted very similar photos. I love your collection and the way you managed to get so many in the camera frame. Lovely!

3/13/2012 7:05 PM  
Blogger Anne-Marie said...

What a beautiful collection of colors!

3/13/2012 7:53 PM  
Anonymous Rendell said...

You have such a talent for arranging. I love the signs of spring, and am anxiously waiting for the first blooms here in Vancouver...any day now and my camera will get busy.

3/13/2012 8:30 PM  
OpenID delightfilledart said...

I love this! I was just thinking about how joyful it was to see the first leaves sprouting in the woods tonight, and how I wish I'd stopped to pick some of them. This sums up my longing for spring...instead we had hail and snow today.

3/13/2012 10:10 PM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

Wow, this is just gorgeous. I'm curious: do you allow people to add your photos/images to Pinterest? I'm suddenly much more cautious about it because of all the copyright issues.

3/13/2012 10:40 PM  
Blogger tinajo said...

This looks beautiful! :-)

3/14/2012 1:44 AM  
Blogger nicole said...

So many delights in your part of the world.

3/14/2012 4:04 AM  
Blogger Maureen said...

I also live in a sub tropical area, where in the Summer, Jacaranda and Poinciana bloom in gay profusion.

I love your "botanical" photo, but would love to know the name of the plants i do not recognise

3/14/2012 4:32 AM  
Blogger jyoti kumar said...

I believe each and every article here could be painted and will give joy.

3/14/2012 7:15 AM  
Blogger Sreetama said...

you have such a charming life, gennine! such pretty flowers just there for your taking, while florists have made flowers a luxury few can afford here in urban India.

3/14/2012 8:47 AM  
Blogger Shelly G said...

After about 6 weeks of sun it has been pouring rain here. You picture is fabulous and makes me want to be outdoors. No matter where we live or who we are we can all find beauty in simple things...I can't wait until spring... =)

3/14/2012 10:37 AM  
Blogger erastos said...

I admire your spontaneity, your welcoming of spring, .. and the beautiful cracked grey cement floor!

3/14/2012 2:22 PM  
Blogger nikkijoy said...

Beautiful photo. There's something so special about photos of things that won't last forever.

3/14/2012 4:00 PM  
Blogger Diane said...

i love love love x 10 the Jacaranda tree's color! It just looks unreal! God is amazing!

3/15/2012 2:09 PM  
Blogger Moody said...

The grey background really makes the colors jump out at you. Beauty in the simple things of nature :)

3/15/2012 2:18 PM  
Blogger Margie Oomen said...

can't wait to have my retina's tickled

3/17/2012 5:46 AM  
Blogger Almu said...

hmmmm, estoy oliendo la flor de naranjo (azahar). Preciosa colección!

3/17/2012 6:01 AM  
Blogger Susana Castro Conti said...

Hermosa composición y alucinantes colores!

Besos ! ♥

3/18/2012 7:33 AM  
Anonymous sarwar said...

nice work keep it up

3/20/2012 3:12 AM  
Anonymous Heather Moore said...

Such a beautiful photograph of such beautiful things. Thanks.

3/25/2012 2:13 AM  
Blogger Kris Livovich said...

I just discovered your blog and while I knew you lived in Mexico, had no idea you lived in Qro! I spent six happy years of my childhood in Queretaro, Qro. I loved those jacaranda trees. My mother spend many weeks battling the falling blossoms, sweeping our sidewalks morning and night. Thanks for the memory.

3/27/2012 10:02 AM  

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