Friday, March 13, 2009

Creamy Houses,Creamy Trees, Good Planning

To appreciate this picture, enlarge it, as I could not for the life of me, get a good color shot, or the right light. Sometimes life is kind of like that, try as we might, it just isn't meant to be like we envisioned. The blooms will be over soon, so that was my only shot. To those of you who do not have the abundance of the flowering Bradford Pear, it's a wonderful tree. This housing development has them on every street. Good planning.

7 comments:

Frippery said...

It would be lovely to be strolling down that sidewalk right now. Thanks for the beautiful photo, Pam

Annabelle said...

A quiet location I would imagine....beautiful!
Loved visiting here and when I read your profile I would say....that I guess I have multiply split personalities ....I adore Victorian, Shabby, Edwardian, Medieval, Gothic, Folk Art…etc…and my music and art appreciation basically the follows the same lead , that’s why I have at the moment two blogs with various music in each one.
The interpretation I attach to that characteristic that I, you or one possesses, is a person who isn’t afraid to venture the unknown and with a mind wide open to all of life’s creations, discovers more and unexpectedly the beauty that can by found in the most of unlikely places and therefore acquire many found treasures.
Hugs Annabelle

The Victorian Parlor said...

How beautiful! I love the beauty of blooming Bradford pear trees-it makes everything look soft and graceful. You captured the beauty perfectly in your picture:)

The Feathered Nest said...

So beautiful sweet Marcie....you are so right about everything coming around again, too!!! Hope you are well...my feet are bloody nubs as I have been on them forever trying to get this studio moved!!! hugs and love, Dawn

Victoria said...

Thank you for sharing this beautiful blog site for our enjoyment. I will be looking to every new post. Such dreamy pictures and joyous thoughts.

Paula said...

I get so excited every year when I see the first blooms of the season...the daffodils, the Bradford pears, and the forsythia. I even noticed a tulip tree blooming the other day! Isn't it wonderful?!!?

I'm catching up on reading everyone's blog after a a hectic week of working on several projects both at work and at home. I'm off to read your most recent posts...

Happy Saturday!
Paula

Sandi said...

Hi Marcie,
LOVE flowering pear trees! We have on in our yard and I can't wait for it to flower this year. Also love your blog!
Blessings!