Saturday, 25 April 2009

Blossoms in the Meadows

Edinburgh is a mass of blossoms at the moment, especially the Meadows.

10 comments:

The Weaver of Grass said...

Love that cherry blossom, but not sure whether I prefer the white cherry blossom, which always reminds me of Housman's Lovliest of trees, the cherry now. I always recite that poem to myself at this time of year.

polona said...

wow, this looks gorgeous!
we had 10 days of warm sunshine at the beginning of april and all the growth went mad! after being well behind the blossoms sprung and fell off in less than a week, the forests are already at the beginning of may stage...

Janice Thomson said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. Cherry blossom and azalea are blooming here too.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Pretty ... same here, at last. A long chilly winter.

Annie said...

Gorgeous shot of the cherry blossom. I just love looking up at it against a blue sky.

Elizabeth M Rimmer said...

How lovely. I always forget how green Edinburgh actually is.

debg said...

And here too. It's so nice after this last winter. I lost a lot of big shrubs this winter. :(

d. moll, l.ac. said...

The over head pinkness :~)

Maya Ganesan said...

Gorgeous. I think we're all enjoying the sunshine - and you especially! What a lovely place to be.

Selma said...

Gorgeous meadows. They have cheered me so much. Lovely.