That does look like spring has sprung. We always get a hard freeze after the lilacs start to bud out.
I haven't been back to see what happened to the cherry tree that was blossoming in Versailles mid-January. In the meantime, the temperature dropped to 15-19° at night so... This is pretty!
Lovely shot Lowell! Love the open space behind the tree.
we are expecting slush tomorrow and you're talking about spring!
I'm anxious waiting for Spring time, I love the colors, the butterflies and sunny days...You picture is brilliant, really beautiful!Léia
Hard freeze? Pleeeeeeeze! I'm tearing up.It's 22 here this morning and feels like it's warming up. EVERYTHING is relative. This proves it.
And a beauty it certainly is! Gorgeous!
Apart from the Siberian cold wave, this winter has been the hottest, sunniest and driest one I can remember (it's official: the drought is already a major problem here!), but the only trees I've seen blooming are Japanese Magnolias so far (there are many plants blooming, but not trees). Glad this one survived.
What a pretty tree! And among the barren land, it really stands out.
Already spring? We have deep winter here... Beautiful pic.
I don't mind the winter cold, but I would like to see some flowers now and then. :) This is a lovely tree.
I love redbuds. I have even seen. A few trees flowering here in Toronto. We've hardly had a winter at all. But I'm not complaining!
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