Friday, March 28, 2008

Spring Redbuds in Texas

Spring speaks to us in ways that we can see but cannot hear.
~Tia Lynn~

My daughter and I lost ourselves in the woods for a couple of hours. Walk with us......




A dusting of pink blooms


Close



A little closer



Undeniably Beautifully Perfect

9 comments:

Cheeky said...

Ohhhh I miss seeing color.....saw it on vacay - but now we are back in the tundra and its all brown - it could be worse - it could be snow - oh wait....that comes again tomorrow....sigh

Thanks for stopping by....I hope to see you again soon!

blessedmom said...

those are pretty tia! love the colors! :)

Victor said...

Awesome pics! There is still three feet of snow on everything here! ... but it is actually finally melting :)

Hate to be a pain, but I'm wondering what widgets are dancing around in the middle of my posts ... everything looks ok when I look at it

Baby Island said...

Wow, that is one beautiful tree! What a special find. Great pictures!!!

I could look at that all day. :)

Victor said...

Thank you so much for visiting my page again and taking the time to tell me about this! I really appreciate it!

Funny with these things how they can appear okay on your own screen but you really never know how it is appearing to everyone else.

I really have no idea what could be causing that to happen. I changed some things and moved things around a bit, and added something to my html that I found in an online help group where someone was having a similar issue.

I don't even know if it will help.

lareine said...

these are beautiful photos... it must be a real treat walking in the woods, being surrounded by a shower of these pink blossoms :)

coolingstar9 said...

very colorful flowers, i like it.
Have a nice week.

Alexandria said...

What beautiful flowers!! It must be lovely to see those. Our flowers aren't blooming yet here in Ontario, Canada ... or at least, not that I've seen.

TroubleX2 said...

I'm envious of the snow everybody but me gets. I seriously am. We had to take our kids to the mountains in New Mexico for them to see it for the first time. We get some in Texas ocassionally, but it's a nasty wet mess :( Love the comments!