Thursday, May 7, 2015


One of my favorite things about my street is that it's lined with the most gorgeous trees. Usually, they bloom in early April. This year, peek blooms on the first of May. I've spent 6 long months staring out the window at barren branches (well, and some snow covered ones, too). But now...
Beyond worth the wait, if I say so!
Little by Little
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19 thoughts on the matter:

Leovi - La FotografĂ­a Efectista Abstracta said... {Reply}

Nice pictures with these exquisite spring flowers, a delight!

Linda Kay said... {Reply}

They are truly very lovely. Too bad they don't last longer before the leaves take over.

Rebecca said... {Reply}

Oh happy day!

Carol Blackburn said... {Reply}

Well, that's bloomin' Boston....those trees are so lovely. Where I used to live in New Bedford we had those trees all along the western side of Buttonwood Park pond and it was lovely. The city should have a web cam overlooking that pond. It's usually very active with ducks, swans, geese, and people, even ice skating in winter and paddle boats in summer. I think it's the one thing I miss about New Bedford, if I could miss anything about that city. Glad you finally have your blossoms to look at.

Snap said... {Reply}

So pretty! The only blooming trees I have are the citrus trees ... I'm not complaining ... the blooms are so small you might miss them, but you wouldn't miss the smell of oranges! Your trees are gorgeous ... lucky you!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

I'd say so! What a picturesque street you live on! The blooms have been so stunning this spring!

Jill Foley said... {Reply}

so pretty! I love the last pic

Karen S. said... {Reply}

Wow, I agree that is a most lovely view! I bet the flowers smell just wonderful too.

Gina Kleinworth said... {Reply}

Soooooo pretty - I love it when they are packed full of blossoms.

Rebecca Mclellan said... {Reply}

Wow, these are beautiful and, yes, worth the wait. What a blessing to live on this street. Visiting from Little Things Thursday.

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Hurrah! You cannot escape Springs breath of fresh new beginnings:) Beautiful bloomgs!

Gillena Cox said... {Reply}

absolutely beautiful; have a nice Thursday

much love...

Molly said... {Reply}

I love all the spring blossom, but apart from the apple trees most of it is nearly over here


Danelle M said... {Reply}

Beautiful! And I bet you are so excited for spring to arrive!

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Ida said... {Reply}

Yes very much worth the wait. With the winter you had I bet this was a super welcome sight to see and what a pretty one.

aspiritofsimplicity said... {Reply}

I was just photographing blooms from this type of tree (which I don't know the name of) yesterday. It's so nice to see the flowers again.

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

They are gorgeous! Definitely worth the wait. I'm always amazed at how staggered our season can look in the same country. We are in full on green, summer. Springs blooms are just kissing your area!

Clairejustine oxox said... {Reply}

Beautiful pictures Tamar, I love to see all the pink bloom everywhere too..