April 16, 2015

Forsythia and Fences

Small barn in springtime


Shrub with yellow flowersThe forsythia is blooming a bit late this year but it is putting on a great show.

On my way home from Woodstock on Monday, I stopped along Sand Ridge Road to call Frank and I was greeted by this cheerful sight. This is west of Toms Brook with Great North Mountain in the distance.

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17 comments:

  1. wow! that great golden yellow, the new green growth and light is wonderful!

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  2. I like the softness of those colours!

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  3. I always love seeing their bright yellow color during the spring. Wonderful photos!

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  4. You know I don't think anybody in this neighborhood has any forsythia

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  5. Oh my....the Forsythia is absolutely stunning! love it!

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  6. oh wow, your forsythia are in full bloom, so pretty.

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  7. I love Forsythia! I love the way it lights up a wall, or a forgotten corner. Like a charasmatic person walking into a room.

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  8. Your fisrt shot is gorgeous. Forsythia definitively means spring to me.

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  9. Good Morning, the forsythia is beautiful. Great fence shots..Have a happy day and weekend ahead!

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  10. Gorgeous Forsythia! It'll be awhile yet here.

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  11. That red barn and vivid yellow forsythia - gorgeous!

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  12. The forsythia is beautiful. I guess that means that it really is Spring now.

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  13. SOO beautiful! Love these wonderful shots.

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  14. I love forsythia. Yellow is my favorite color and this is such a welcome sign of spring.

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  15. What a Springtime delight! The forsythia is just cheerful and lovely. Thanks for sharing and enjoy a wonderful weekend.

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