Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Beautiful.(yes it is real bamboo at the Melbourne Botanical Gardens) Charmaine
Lovely flowers! It's so much nice to see around us, every day now.. :)
Aren't they fabulous! Spring has arrived and you have captured it beautifully in these shots!
Beautiful yellow flowers. It looks like spring has sprung :-)
What a bright, happy color. Your macros are great!
They are very pretty. But they don't last very long, right? Sad.Re your comment on Ocala: Yes, it was quite chilly - in the 70s I think.
I always love to see these blooming in spring.
I noticed them today - they seem to be at their peak! Nice shot!
They're lovely. We have a small forsythia but it's only a couple years old. It bloomed in our early spring but is still so immature that it didn't have too many blossoms. We're hoping for better results next spring.
These are stunning pictures of the Forsythia.
I love forsythia and its happy yellow color. Unfortunately, you are reminding me that my big chore for tomorrow is cutting mine down. They are badly overgrown and need to be refreshed.
Stun, stun, stunning!
With its masses of bright yellow blooms forsythia make a statement and what it says is SPRING!
great images for macro monday! happy MM! :)
Stunning color and bokeh. Happy Macro Monday!
Beautiful! I miss my forsythia bushes...I guess I'll just have to plant some here in Wisconsin.
I think forsythia is so hard to photograph well, but you did a great job here.
Mine too I am so happy I see the first color in my garden and it's yellow! Great macro shots love it!Macro Monday
Wonderful shots. I just recently learned I've been pronouncing the name wrong - it is apparently named after a Mr. Forsyth and should be Forsyth-ia not Fors-ith-ia. Still a great plant.Darla
I love forsythia or forsyth-ia, however it is pronounced.beautiful pictures
Well those are some very beautiful and mellow yellow shots too! Forsythia are lovely and your photos do them justice.
Lovely! I love the bright yellow spring color. Nice macros!
You captured one of my favorite spring blooms beautifully!
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