Great title and a beautiful shot Marilyn, I am jealous though, so far there is nothing in our garden. Cheers, Gabor
Singing the spring,
Amitiés , pascal
How beautiful, Marilyn! Cheers, Anne
Thank you, Gabor, Pascal, and Anne, and thanks for the link to the spring video, Pascal. I may have posted too many flower photos, but I'm so excited to see them! I know, Gabor, how hard it is to wait. Cheers, Marilyn
Beautiful, and a perfect title, Marilyn! They're like little purple trumpets pointed skyward. Ryan
It can only be Spring. Very nice shot, Marilyn.
Thank you, Ryan and Hank. It's been such a long wait that now I can hardly keep myself from photographing and posting every single flower on the property! Most of the remaining snow is really disgustingly dirty--and the piles in the front yard remain high.
What a wonderful title for such beautiful, happy flowers!
Indeed, they look as though they are singing a very happy song for Spring's arrival.
What a wonderful capture.
And they were still singing this morning! Thanks MaryAlice. Cheers, Marilyn
I'm so happy to hear that they made it through the night, and were still singing their happy tune!
Springtime greetings to you,
Thank you. Yes, these are crocuses. They're smaller than the big hybrid ones, but they also bloom earlier, and they are such a welcome sight!
Hi Marilyn! Great one! Crocus are the best, like little miracles just when you thought winter would never end! (I have tagged my crocuses with "crocus" and I too had the urge to post every single one! It's so exciting!)
Thanks for the comment and the idea, Nawitka. I've now added a tag!
What a lovely bunch they are!!Nice picture Marilyn It has been a while since the Crocussen wher in bloom here in Holland. Atm. a lot of daffodils are in full bloom.
Greetings from Holland
Thanks, both of you, and greetings from Canada.
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