These creek side trees remind me of rippled reflections, or perhaps a Charles Birchfield watercolor.
Sometimes the shadows rival the flowers for attention.
A bit of sunlight adds extra joy.
Trout lily in bloom.
It's modified baseball season, too! (Our team had their first win at their home field today, and our player had some great hits, catches and runs)!
Besides admiring flowers, I finally finished this quilt I made for my brother's birthday and gave it to him on Mother's day.
Speakiing of Mother's day, last year, I planted the tulips we gave my Mom when she was at the Willowpoint nursing home after they were past their prime. This past week, their lemon yellow blooms greet us daily by our driveway. Happy Mother's Day, Mom! I'm glad you were my Mom. Your love and memory continues in all who knew you.
Newly divided primroses find a home in my back garden.
I've noticed the barn that Dan built serves as backdrop for many of our pictures, adding a touch of red.
Sunlight transforms petals into stained glass beauty.
You can actually eat violets, but I just enjoy looking at them!
These sunlit tulips just make me smile!