Posts Tagged "blossoms"

Tue, 05 April 2016 Spring Blossoms

The drab days of winter are behind us, and in-between indifferent Spring weather, we do catch a few glorious hours during which garlands of fragrant blossoms glow in the sunshine.

Today has seen a stretch of magnificent weather which stirs the senses and brings with it a burst of energy.
I spotted this tree in blossom as [...]

Wed, 01 May 2013 bealtaine blossoms

May 1st – the traditional date for the beginning of summer in Ireland – had a diffident start here, rather like the year.
But it unfurled into beauty, so I got out this evening to take some snaps. The blossoms were sublime. A perfect tribute for Bealtaine.

These are blackthorn blossoms. They are more individual than cherry [...]

Mon, 29 April 2013 bluebell April

One of my favourite flowers is the bluebell, and in my opinion April is its month. They’re usually out early in the month, so they are latecomers this year.
I was delighted to spot them in their usual location today, just before the month ended. I hunkered among them, snapping photos as soon I saw their [...]

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