Sunday, May 9, 2010

Crabapple Blossoms/ Today's Flowers

Closeup of crabapple blossoms

These are blossoms on a small tree in one of my gardens.


And here is a branch.



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18 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

wow I'm so envious about your garden, these flowers are lovely!
Great pictures!
Léia :)

tinasphotoblog said...

Oh! so beautiful, especially the first photo. Those flowers are georgeous! :)

Kathy said...

Someday I will live where crabapples grow! These are beautiful.

Shammickite said...

did you get any snow this morning? I looked out and saw snow on my neighbour's roof.... Yikes! I think there must have been some left over from Winter and they needed to get rid of it so it was dropped on S Ontario!!

Naturedigital said...

Beautiful flowers.
Costas

Rose said...

Beautiful!!!!!

B SQUARED said...

I like your garden.

Jarart said...

They are so pretty! I get kind of crabby myself sometimes but looking at a tree like this would make me happy real fast.

Jama said...

So gorgeous! can I visit your garden?

Rambling Woods said...

Those are beautiful..hard to believe that it is so cold here in NY that we are having some snow showers... Happy Mother's Day to all....Michelle

Johnny Nutcase said...

i really like that color, great macros of the beautiful blooms!

Snap said...

Gorgeous garden!

Jacob said...

Crab apple trees...haven't seen one of those since I was a kid. Apple blossoms and cherry blossoms are my favorites...

Beautiful sharp photos, EG!

Digital Flower Pictures said...

Wonderful Crabapple. I tend to like the darker ones better and yours is a very nice color.

Carver said...

Those blossoms are so beautiful. I love the shade of that color.

Naturegirl said...

Gorgeous color..must be a stunning addition of color to your Spring garden!

eden said...

Such beautiful blooms. Great shots.

Ebie said...

These are lovely flowers! The details are exquisite.

You have a lovely garden!

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