Lens-Artists #105: Spring

This July “Seasons” will be the theme for the entire month with a different season featured each week. This week the challenge is “Spring”. For me, spring is best represented by the vibrant colors of flowers.

Here in coastal Georgia I know it is spring when the azaleas, dogwoods and fruit trees are blooming.

Spring Azaleas
Spring Dogwood Bloom
Peach Blossoms in Georgia
Peach Blossoms in Georgia

Spring is a beautiful time for a road trip. In Texas, fields are filled with the bluebonnets and other brightly colored wildflowers.

Bluebonnets near Stonewall, Texas
Bluebonnets near Stonewall, Texas
Boots and Bluebonnets in Texas
Bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush along Park Road 4
Bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush along Park Road 4

The spring blossoms in the Blue Ridge Mountains add bright colors to the landscape.

Flame Azaleas on the Blue Ridge Parkway
Wild Rhododendron along the Blue Ridge Parkway
Eastern Redbud at rest area in Western North Carolina

Tina, thank you for this weeks Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Spring

33 thoughts on “Lens-Artists #105: Spring

  1. Fabulous pictures! Those bluebonnets remind me that I should really have gone out this spring along Willow City Loop, among other places, and taken pictures.

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    1. Thank you Suzanne. A ranger at Longhorn Caverns told us about the Willow City Loop. It’s one of my favorite scenic drives. We were lucky to be in the area when the bluebonnets were everywhere! I’m glad you like the dogwood.

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    1. Judy, I think the dogwoods are my favorite spring blooms. I love to see the wild dogwoods blooming in the woods. Have you ever seen pink dogwoods? They are gorgeous but they won’t grow where I live.

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  2. All of these photos are wonderful! I’ve seen the boots in Texas along fence lines because that is where I was born & raised. You can’t deny the beauty of the fields of bluebonnets! The peach blossom really spoke to me since that is one of my favorite fruits. Georgia peaches are my favorite unless I’m in Texas and then those are my favorite. 🙂

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