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Monday, February 9, 2015

Our World!!

And another month is well on its way!! By golly, time flies whether you’re having fun or not!! But, fortunately, I do have fun!!  Time for Our World and I’m a tad tired of my gray, grim, wet weather even though I know it’s mid winter and what else should expect!! Well, anyway, here are some pics of different seasons and, even I have to admit, they all have their own beauty!!  Hope all of you have a great week!! Enjoy!!




After a mild but GRAY winter I’m sure you can see here what I’m looking forward to!!
Thank you for sharing your world with us!!

26 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

All beautiful Sylvia but I do have a soft spot for the azaleas.. and the roses.. and that fabulous tree :)

Norma Ruttan said...

do you know what kind of tree the bumpy one is! its texture is fascinating. here too, one must make one's own sunshine, but with the birds singing a way just outside of my window, hope reigns!

EG CameraGirl said...

These photos make me feel warm and cozy, Sylvia!

Mama Zen said...

I adore that second shot!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
A fine array - but the orange rhododendron is my fave! YAM xx

TexWisGirl said...

gorgeousness!

Fun60 said...

It won't be too long before the green shoots are coming up through the warm ground again. The photos just remind me of all the colours we miss in the winter.

Lowell said...

What a beautiful floral array! I especially like the tulips!

Wonderful series of photos, Sylvia!

mick said...

Great photos - the flowers are so bright and beautiful. The trees are beautiful too - I wonder about that one with all the 'bumps' on it and why it grows like that?

eileeninmd said...

Hello Sylvia, your pretty collection of flowers has brightened up my rainy day today. Lovely images, thanks for sharing. I am anxious for spring to arrive.. Have a happy week!

carol l mckenna said...

Beautiful photos of the seasons ~

New England now is nothing but SNOW!
thanks for the respite from it ^_^

Happy Week to you,
artmusedog and carol

Betsy Adams said...

It's wonderful during a drab winter to see gorgeous photos from other seasons...Love the colors!!! Thanks for sharing such beauty!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Carver said...

Beautiful flowers to look forward too.

Photo Cache said...

the tree with the bumpy trunk is interesting. the place itself begs to be explored.

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Lois said...

Gorgeous! All of them. I'm ready for a little springtime.

Munir said...

Love those yellow Roses. They remind me of India so much !

Rajesh said...

Beautiful shots from nature and lovely flowers.

Al said...

Beautiful - your area is so gorgeous in the summer. But I must admit, the grey winters would get to me after a while. Have a great week, Sylvia!

magiceye said...

Gorgeous captures!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Your pics have me looking forward to Spring.

Karen said...

Lovely bright and cheery views Sylvia. Sure beats what I see when I look outside. Snow, ice and grey skies.

ladyfi said...

I'd rather have cold with blue skies than mild and grey! I do love these splashes of colours!

lotusleaf said...

Colour brings cheer!

Reader Wil said...

You are right: all seasons are beautiful and interesting. I prefer the four seasons in the north European countries to the tropical monsoons in the country where I grew up.
Have a great week, Sylvia!
Wil, ABCW Team.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Stunning!!! Such beauty...everywhere! I especially loved the tulips today. That was one of my father's favorites. He had 'em everywhere in our yard when I was growing up.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

That fiery azalea is a wonder to behold! You're getting an early start on making me homesick for spring flowers! But I don't mind. Love them and the memories.

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