Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Springtime Flowers

One of the last blooming Azaleas


Shasta Daisy flowers are blooming wild in the grass



I'm not sure if these are Jasmin flowers - but for sure, I remember the very sweet smell


New green leaves on the old Oak tree full with Spanish Moss hanging


This Azalea bush was the only one still full with flowers

12 comments:

Sherer said...

nice job sue, very beautiful...

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Sherer,

for visiting my blog and for your kind comment! Nice to meet you.

Bob Johnson said...

Beautiful images as usual, great job.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Bob! :-)

Worldman said...

I know that nature gives us a lot of beautiful colors. But I don't know the names of trees, I know the name of some classic flowers like a rose or a tulip. But now, thanks to your post, I will know at least a few names. :-)

Susanne49 said...

Du kennst bestimmt die "Margritli" die wir auch auf Schweizer Alpenwiesen bluehen haben, oder nicht?

Thanks for commenting, Peter, I'm glad I could teach you world wide traveled man something new.:-)

Carole said...

Beautiful flowers Sue. I love the daisy image. So plain and yet so beautiful. We are still waiting our azaleas to bloom LOL

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Carol,

for this comment and enjoy the Azaleas, they are beautiful!

Sandpiper said...

Beautiful, as always, Sue. Your mystery flowers might be tea olive. Their fragrance is yummy!

Susanne49 said...

Hi Sandpiper,

thank you so much for telling me the name of those VERY sweet smelling flowers I've photographed in Mepkin Abbey Gardens.I'm learning always new stuff....:-)

Rick said...

Such a serene place to spend the day Sue. We have a few places like this within driving distance, but with the price of gas going up its hard to plan a trip for now. Keep shooting!!

Susanne49 said...

Hi Rick,

thanks for your comment. Those place was outside of Charleston, in country side, yes. And you are right about the high gasoline prices, we also don't do a trip some where every day anymore.

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