Monday, April 5, 2010

Spring

Oh, the joys of being in North Carolina in the springtime:



Ohhhh.



Ahhhh.




Mmmm.




Oh, yeah. Silver cars aren't supposed to be yellow.

Ah-ahh-choo!

What's springing up in your neck of the woods?

18 comments:

  1. I'm afraid Spring is taking it's time getting here in northern Nevada. I woke up to a couple of inches of snow on the ground this morning. sigh! It looks beautiful around your house except for the pollen ha! Blessings.

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  2. It is in full force here in the South. Pollen just cakes the walkways on campus at school. It's pretty gross. However, the flowers are very pretty. Beautiful pictures! :)

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  3. Every time we get a hint of spring, it's back to cold rain :( but hey that's Oregon. Our summers are incredible.

    Your photos are beautiful.

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  4. Tree pollen is high right now and my daughter is suffering because of it. I'm already taking allergy drops to help with my issues! But spring time is still a beautiful time of year :) Hope you enjoyed your Easter.

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  5. Great post! I took my daughter to the park in Cary this morning, and we "cleaned" all of the pollen off of the slides by being the first to slide down!! Ah choo!

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  6. We went home to Rocky Mount for the weekend & my white car quickly became a lovely shade of pale yellow too. Springtime is great isn't it?

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  7. Oh, how beautiful! Love all those flowering trees!! I miss the early springtimes in NC, but not that day-glo pine pollen getting everywhere LOL!! Hope you had a wonderful Easter :)!
    Blessings,
    Stacey

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  8. Simply beautiful photographs!! Spring is here in Texas!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Nancy

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  9. I'm thinking about purchasing a gas mask for all of this pollen! Do you think it will work? ;)

    I'm so glad that the pollen held off until today. Yellow Easter pictures are not very becoming!

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  10. I looked out this morning and pollen was blowing every where. I hurried to close my windows. It is so hot here today, I had to turn on the air in the house. Nothing could be finer than to be in Carolina!!! Carla

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  11. spring looks beautiful in your neck of the woods! my green trees are greening up some more, and i can smell the orange blossoms like crazy. ahh... i love them!

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  12. I *love* when all of the spring flowers start popping everywhere. I love spring! It's such a fresh start.

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  13. I do love spring but it does bring the pollen. When we lived in Georgia, we all had allergies during the spring and fall.

    The flowers make up for it though:)

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  14. We get the pollen-covered cars too, but we're not quite to that point yet. We are very blessed that none of us have allergies!

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  15. richella--it all looks so lovely! we have at "late" spring in colorado and haven't seen much green or budding yet...but we have had snow! :0)

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  16. Beautiful! Here in Michigan...we long for spring...it always comes, just a little later than the rest of the country. I do have a couple of daffodils!

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  17. My daughter came in from outside yesterday and told me that our deck was all dusty. I went outside and the entire deck was yellow with pollen.

    We just moved from Arizona, so that was a first for us!!

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  18. I posted something similar today. It was 97 degrees here yesterday!! But the flowers are beautiful.

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