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From the title, you can probably guess that this photo was not taken recently. And you are right. It was taken two years ago in my backyard when I still lived…

Dandelions are thought to have evolved about 30 million years ago in Eurasia. Dandelions have been used by humans for food and as an herb for much of recorded…

I love tulips. (One of my many TBR [to be read] books is "Tulipomania" — which looks to be quite good.) So sad that in another month they will all be gone. Here…

This blog is a collection of white blossoms in trees, bushes and herbs which I captured over the past weeks while going on walks in the woods. I offer a little…

Fortunately this fruit happens to grow nearby my house and was in season when it was on the 365 photoblog calendar. Some farmers don't harvest the wild…

These days, it was so hot so we hope for rain ... but there are just a few drops

Ulbeek is a teeny tiny village in Flanders. But like the entire region here, it has lots of vineyards = lots of blossoms in spring! Right now the pear blossoms…

More blossoms! 🌸 There was quite some wind when I took these shots so it was a little bit challenging at times. For some of them I even had to hold the branch I…

We are expecting lots of rain, wind and a cold front is moving in so I suspect these magnolias blossoms will not be so clean looking tomorrow. So grateful I…

I think the blossoms of a magnolia tree are some of the most beautiful I have ever seen. These are already a little bit past their prime and have already…

Joy comes, grief goes, we know not how; Everything is happy now, Everything is upward striving; ‘Tis as easy now for the heart to be true As for grass to be…

There are already several kinds of blossoms at the moment. Like these beautiful red ones that bloom within walking distance of where I live.

After a period of rain and wind, the sun was finally shining again today! So I went on a walk and was lucky to find these beautiful blossoms alongside the road …
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