Monday, May 6, 2024

Pretty in Pink

 While pink is not a color I would choose to wear or to decorate my home, seeing it outdoors is a different story. Here in the Northwest pink shows up in full glory during the spring.

It's rhododendron time and the bushes are decked out in a variety of pinks, from pink tipped white to deep rose.





 It's also apple blossom time.

 While walking along the lake a couple of weeks ago, I came upon this gorgeous flowering cherry tree all dressed in delicate pink.


 

Here is another variety of flowering cherry I found standing on the hillside overlooking Puget Sound from the Legion Park in Everett.




 The last of the pink tulips are still standing tall in my mother's garden.
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 While pink is the primary color in the neighborhood at the moment, it wouldn't be spring without a splash of contrasting color.  So here is my Golden Chain Tree with its sunny yellow blossoms cascading over the white petals on the bushes below.

 

This is where I leave you for now. All blessings to each one who stops by.

Adieu!

 

 



 

4 comments:

  1. I must have missed your last blog post. It was interesting. Now that May is here we're enjoying warmer, sunnier days. Blessings dear Gloria and family.

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  2. So many pretty blooms. I miss our rhododendron bushes that we enjoyed at our Kenmore home. Happy May to you!

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  3. Beautiful, every picture. Like you I'm not into wearing pink, but flowers are a different story.

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