Thursday, April 1, 2010

Good Day Sunshine


The last few days have been beautiful!  Full of sunshine, warmth, and everything that is perfect about springtime!


Skies have been blue, trees are leafing out, and blossoms are in full bloom.


Yellow appears to be this year's "it" color as far as these flowers are concerned.


Of course there are always one or two who go their own way and don't follow the trends, like these orange and white lovelies.


And even the flowers seem to be drinking up every warm, wonderful ray of sunshine.


Nothing can lift your spirits quite like a day filled with sunshine, except for a day filled with sunshine and daffodils!  


And speaking of sunshine!  The very sweet and talented Grace from Sense and Simplicity was kind enough to give me a wonderful Sunshine Award recently.  Grace has been a bloggy buddy since I started my blog.  Her blog is full of great photos, food, and "green" living ideas.  Thank you for the award Grace!

8 comments:

  1. Very beautiful post. Reminds me of Easter with these gorgeous Spring flowers! Thank you for sharing!Anne

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  2. That is a lovely sunshiney post. I love the lighting in the last photo. Here's to daffodils, sunshine, and bloggy friends.

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  3. Wonderful spring flower pics and congrats on the award.

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  4. Just lovely flowers! They are blooming here, too- a month early!

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  5. Oh I can't wait for that to happen here! Still waiting for our first bloom, but we are enjoying the sunshine here too! Congrats on yet another well deserved award Kat! ~Lili

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  6. Yea Kat! Congratulations on your award! You deserve it! Your photos are fantastic...I can almost feel the breeze and sunshine as I gaze into the yellow faces of those beauties! Just gotta know though, what are the twisty, gnarly branches in the second photo??? I love how they look!!
    Doni

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  7. Thank you everyone! Doni, that is a Harry Lauder's Walking Stick.

    Kat :)

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  8. They are so pretty. I wish they grew here!

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