This is my entry for Marsha Ingrao’s Sunday Stills Challenge with the topic of emerging.
This is my entry for Becky B of Life of B’s April Bright Square Challenge. According to my photo editor, this image is equal in length and width. So why does it look (to me) as if it’s taller than wider?
Here are some offerings for Cee’s Flower of the Day Challenge. The first one was taken at Saint Martin’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Annapolis, Maryland. They have some lovely gardens as well as a fountain (which I’ve captured and posted for Jez Braithwaite’s Water Water Everywhere Challenge.) The begonia was taken at one of my favorite nurseries called Windwood Gardens. It is just down the road from me.
I’ll see your daffodil…
And raise you an orchid!
As we don’t have much green happening here in central Maryland, I am going to cheat and offer up some early offerings of Spring blossoms. I hope this is acceptable.
I have no idea what these little blue flowers are called but they just recently popped up in great plentitude. Below please see them a little closer.
When the forsythias bloom, it’s a sure sign that Spring has sprung.
I’m called Little Buttercup, dear Little Buttercup,
Though I could never tell why.
But still I’m called Buttercup, Poor Little Buttercup,
Sweet Little Buttercup, I!
I’ve snuff and tobaccy, and excellent jacky,
I’ve scissors, and watches, and knives;
I’ve ribbons and laces to set off the faces
Of pretty young sweethearts and wives
I’ve treacle and toffee, I’ve tea and I’ve coffee,
Soft tommy and succulent chops;
I’ve chickens and conies, and pretty polonies,
And excellent peppermint drops. –Gilbert & Sullivan, HMS Penafore
There’s an absolute riot of daffodils and jonquils all over Annapolis!
Daffodils struggle against the snow. My contribution to Cee’s Flower of the Day Challenge.
First off, I have these interesting daffodils.
Next I give you this lovely bouquet.
Here we have a macro of one of the roses from the bouquet. As Cee has been posting roses for the last couple of days, I feel obliged to follow suit. But wait! There’s more…
We have that same rose in black and white!