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04/10/2015

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Debbie J

Great reference photos, for sketching! I just might have to borrow a couple, and try my hand at it.

Sharron

I'm a muscari fan, but these have such a wonderful color variation that I've not seen before... What a walk you took us on! Thanks...

jacki long

Wow and double Wow,
I am new to Muscari!
Thank You!

susan

Now you are making me want to move home to the Midwest! Stop it!

emie

The Red Bud... oh my!!! I just love those tiny colored blossoms... a true sign Spring is almost here! Hugs, Emie

Vicki in Michigan

Wow. You guys are way ahead of us. We are enjoying the crocus, delighting in the squill, and urging on the incipient daffodils.....

Thanks for taking us along on your walk! Love that tipsy light fixture, as well as all the flowers....

Erika N

I am so jealous. I want spring flowers and green. I'm here in New Ham[shire waiting for the snow to finish melting. Nice photos.

Chris Oliveira

I am enjoying spring vicariously! The redbud is so big! They are much smaller here.

Joan

We're way ahead of you...our spring was in Feb. The trees are budding and creating allergy issues. Supposed to hit mid-80's this weekend.

I enjoyed your walk about in the Lawrence neighborhoods. I miss neighborhoods terribly. They don't exist here.

Debbie

Here in NE Ohio I don't even see buds on the trees & bushes yet...I can't wait for SPRING to really get here. There's hope, though as I do see some green leaves of our narcissus poking through. Maybe in a couple weeks we'll have flowers. Thanks for sharing your spring with us!

Leslie

I think I'd be happy living in Lawrence. At least, in the parts of it you show us. I'm sure it has its down sides, as well, but these pics make it look lovely.
Those old light fixtures...

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