Spring has Sprung

Words tomorrow, but today I leave you with a view of Spring.

This bud fell off the bush and landed on the ground exactly as you see it.

This is a beautiful tulip tree next door to my parents’ home.

Another shot of the tulip tree.

A lone daffodil in my mother in law’s backyard.

Redbud in bloom.

Tulips are beginning to bloom.

Some hyacinth peeping out from under a LOT of mulch.



  1. Craver Vii

    Wonderful pictures! The colors and light are delightful! I noticed a little yellow flower of some kind pushing its way up in our flowerbed. We will try to identify it later this week if I remember. (I’m primarily a lawn-guy, myself.)

  2. spaghettipie

    LM and Craver – Thanks! I love to take pictures of flowers, and it was so fun to catch these early blooms. Hopefully it won’t freeze any more. Texas weather sure has a way of confusing our vegetation.

  3. L.L. Barkat

    Makes me wonder what is stirring under six inches of snow here. Maybe some purple pleasure? I do look forward to finding out.

    Your photos are exquisite.

  4. spaghettipie

    LL – 6 inches of snow? I didn’t know that much could accumulate. I thought snow just fell out of the sky and made puddles. 🙂 Thanks for the compliment – I love to take pictures of flowers.

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