Glorious Spring

The hillside has exploded in a riot of blossom and colour this week.    I know I’m in danger of repeating myself by offering up another post with blossom as its’ subject but when I went out onto the orchard this afternoon to the glorious sight of the fruit trees abuzz with the industry of bees, awash with delicate white flowers and exuding perfume that no human hand could reproduce, I decided I just had to attempt to capture and share a glimpse or two.

If there is a heaven , it must surely look like this……………..



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15 Comments Add yours

  1. Beautiful series!


    1. Many thanks indeed Timothy!

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  2. Joanne says:

    How glorious! 🙂


    1. It really is quite a wonderful sight!


  3. Randstein says:

    Your composition is matchless. Beautiful pictures like a welcome back to life. 🙂


    1. Thankyou Randstein, I really apprecaite your comment, the welcome back to life is exactly how I see it 🙂 PS How is willynilly?!

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      1. Randstein says:

        Ah Willy Nilly is still…Willy-Nilly 🙂 (But, in a very fun and frolic sort of way)

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  4. west517 says:

    These are SUBLIIME Jane!! Really spectacular, showing off Spring in FULL bloom! Just gorgeous! 🐻 🐻 ❤


    1. Thankyou so much west! I wanted to show the sheer abundance of it all before it disappeared – it is already fading and spring leaves appearing, time for the next phase ! 🙂 😉


  5. Hi Jane, I think the title Glorious Spring is perfect. They are awesomely beautiful objects, colours, and they are glorious.


    1. Thankyou idlehomemaker! It always amazes me how overwhelmingly lovely the blossom is, I suppose because it lasts for such a short time nature ensures it is truly spectacular!

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  6. I can nearly smell the fragrance, the visual experience is so tangible. And that, Jane, is one of the reasons I enjoy your photography so much. Anyone can take pretty pictures, but you draw me into the world and allow me to briefly detach from reality. A skill all artists struggle with on a regular basis.
    And I wouldn’t mind if you took pictures of spring blooms for the next 52 weeks. They’re much too short-lived in real life. You’ve preserved that beauty indefinitely.
    Cheers, Jane!

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    1. Wow! Now that’s a serious compliment Shellley for which you have my heartfelt thanks! 🙂 😉


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