Thursday, May 14, 2009

Finally ... after the all the rain, and two warm days ...








the world is blooming here in New England!


Now, go make something beautiful!



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(¸.•´ (¸.•´♥ Tristan ♥

18 comments:

Georgina said...

Tristan,

Lovely, just lovely! Also on my way back to the studio. Have a great aromatic weekend!

Abrazos,
Georgina

Judith. ..de Santa Fe said...

What a Glorious Gathering
of BloomingBeauties!!
jjj

Kaerie Faerie said...

Pretty, it is raining here too, now, bye bye fires, maybe I can get my garden to grow a little
Thanks for the tip on the blog page, still trying to figure computer stuff out
Karey

mo.stoneskin said...

It's blooming on Old England too my friend, plenty of rain to keep our little nature friends happy...

Marilyn said...

This afternoon it is "Raining Cats & Dogs".... WTH... My Grandpa used to say that. Anyway, tomorrow will be nice & warm. DH will be out tomorrow so I get Lawn Mower Duty. I don't mind. Just me & My John Deere Lawn Tractor. Yep... Ya' found me out. I Love my Tractor!!
p.s. Marilyn say... "Always better to ride than walk behind & push!!"
Take Care!!
Love Ya',
Marilyn
xxoo

Shell said...

Beautiful flowers coming up all over. I so do love Spring.

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

No matter how impatient we are, all it takes is a few beautiful blooms and it is well worth the wait and the world is good again!
Beautiful---thanks for posting them!
And I got my glass glitter today, so off to the cellar after dinner to cut myself! ;) LOL!!!!

XXXOOO!!!

Sue said...

Lovely pics Tristan! I can smell the lilacs! Honestly, I can - ours are just starting to bud, but already that fabulous scent is in the air! Love it!

peggy gatto said...

Well, you just KNOW, I had to comment on these lovely flowers!!!!!!!! I adore lily of the valley!
Thanks for the lovely walk thru the garden!!!!

Berlin Deluxxe said...

Lily of the valley, bleeding hearts, my oh my Tristan... I'd love to lie on a chaise, read a book and take in all that blossoming beauty!

TRES BELLE said...

Tristan,

OMGosh, I love the photos especially the Lily of the Valley. I have been wanting to plant some here but I can't find them. They are so pretty and smell so heavenly.

I'm so glad that the rain has ceased and that everything is blooming in New England.

Kris

Tess said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing them with us.......

Melly said...

Beautiful!!! I just love flowers :)

Moonlight Hollow Musings said...

Miracles are popping out all over! I got my sewing machine working and you have a gorgeous display of nature's beauty!

Malisa

a fanciful twist said...

After the music and the flowers, I think you will have to peel me off the pavement after I faint...

I need lovee to take me on a date... And pretend he is a Bee Gee or somthing - I know Adam Lambert is doing this version of If I can't have you - but you know what I mean ;)

Happy Looming weeeekend!! ;)

Donna @ Party Wishes said...

So gorgeous! Oh how I wish I could grow Bleeding Heatrs in Clifornia!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

How lovely! I lived in Boston for 11 years and just loved the commons with all the pagoda dogwoods and azaleas! Thank you Tristan! Anita

Debby said...

WOW!!! Gorgeous pics, Tristan. Looks like all the rain done some good.
debby