Silent Sunday 28.3.21

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Ah cherry blossom! What a wonderful sight and with us all leading quieter lives at the moment, don’t you find you notice these things more (well I do anyway!). There’s quite a bit of blossom near us as it happens. Been considering photographing it myself. Maybe I should make more of an effort.

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    • Thank you! I think I notice it about as much as I have the last few years. I took this photo in terrible wind and rain, which wasn’t ideal conditions, but I know how briefly the blossom stick around, so couldn’t afford to wait!

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    • Thank you! Sadly they’re not mine, but it’s lovely to see them when I’m out walking and running.

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    • We definitely need the signs of spring this year!

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  2. I love blossom, I’m getting some trees for my garden this year and I’m thinking I need one with lots of blossom.

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    • Oh yes, you definitely need one with blossom! I love blossom too and wish it would stick around for a bit longer.

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    • It’s beautiful, isn’t it? Sadly in the local park rather than my garden!

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  3. That is so pretty. It’s such a shame that it’s only around for such a short time x

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    • Thank you, it’s lovely, isn’t it? Sadly not mine! Some of the trees literally seem to be in full bloom for about three days. x

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  4. That’s so beautiful! We’re still waiting for the big tree outside our house to blossom. I’ll certainly share a photo when it does. #MySundayPhoto

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    • They’re lovely, aren’t they? Sadly not mine! We have a magnolia tree which is stunning, but I would love a cherry blossom tree too.

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  5. I’m so longing for a cherry blossom tree in the front garden once we decide if we’re staying in this house or moving #mysundayphoto

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    • They are so lovely! We had one at our old house, but sadly not at this one. These were in the park!

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  6. I love cherry blossom. Ours’s isn’t even at the bud stage yet, just as well as it’s so windy. I do love it xx

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    • It is beautiful, isn’t it? It does always amaze me how far behind nature is in Scotland. Hopefully not too long until yours is out too. x

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  7. Oh how I adore cherry blossom – what a picture! Thanks so much for linking up and for sharing your snaps with #MySundaySnapshot.

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    • Thanks very much. The trees looked so beautiful.

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