Silent Sunday 17.4.16

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. G’day from Melbourne! Love the flowers. Really nice colours, very eye catching indeed. I’ve taken a few shots like this recently but none has worked very well.

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    • G’day! Thanks very much. They’re from a very tiny tree in my garden!

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    • Thanks very much. I’ve seen quite a bit of blossom this year, this is from a tiny tree in our garden.

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    • Thanks very much. It’s beautiful blossom, but the tree is so tiny it would be very easy not to notice it at all!

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  2. I love cherry blossom it has to be my favourite. Gorgeous shot! You can see it’s been raining and the whole thing makes me think of Spring at home! 🙂 x

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    • Thanks very much! Cherry blossom is my favourite too. This tree is tiny. We had a big one at our old house and I always miss it in the spring!

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    • Thanks very much. It’s a bit late here too, which is weird as spring initially started so early!

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  3. We have blossom on our trees in the garden but it has all disappeared now and the leaves have all appeared. Lovely colour Sarah x

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    • Thanks very much! The magnolia tree is losing its blossom, but this one is just starting to bloom. x

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  4. That’s beautiful, I love the spring blossoms. Such a lovely time of year.
    Nat.x

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    • Thanks very much. I love it too and it’s who short-lived. x

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    • Thank you! It’s a lovely time of year, isn’t it? If only it were a bit warmer!

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  5. I love blossoms and there is so much of it starting to appear right now. That’s a beautiful capture, I wish I could get to the trees at the top of my garden for a closer pic of their blossom.

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    • Thanks very much. I do love taking photos of blossom!

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    • Thanks very much. I quite agree. Roll on the warmer weather! x

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    • Thanks very much! I love it too, we have to enjoy it while we can as it’s so fleeting! x

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    • Thanks very much. We’ve got quite a lot now! x

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  6. I love blossom photos so much, I can’t get enough of them. I guess I need to make the most of them while they last. Yours is so pretty. #MySundayPhoto

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    • Thanks very much. They’re definitely not going to be around for much longer!

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    • Thanks very much. It is fantastic time of year (if only it could be a bit warmer!).

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    • Thanks very much! I do enjoy photographing it! I probably do the same photos every year 😉

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  7. I adore blossom trees, I better take a few picture before all of the blossoms disappear.

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    • Thanks very much, I do too! They’re so short-lived, so you definitely need to get out and do it soon!

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  8. I love seeing the blossom. We have a gorgeous big blossom tree outside our house and I love seeing it X

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    • That’s lovely! We’ve got a big magnolia tree outside our house too. x

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    • Thanks very much! They’re on my front garden on a tiny tree, but I couldn’t resist photographing them.

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    • Thanks very much! Spring has certainly sprung in the trees here, but not in the weather!

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  9. What a gorgeous capture and such a pretty colour too =) We have had some gorgeous flowers blooming the last few weeks

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  10. Chappy blossom is just beautiful, in still waiting for the blooms to appear here. Hope you’re enjoying your time down under
    #SundayPhoto

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  11. Lovely capture of spring. We have blossom trees outside the school and the children love it when it all falls to the floor.

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  12. How gorgeous, such a pretty, delicate colour. Love blossom! We’re finally starting to see some here 🙂

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