Saturday, April 07, 2007

Feast for the eyes

Over the last few weeks, I've had the sweet pleasure of watching the earth wake up from it's hibernation. Spring is glorious in North Carolina. I wish everyone could visit at this time of year and drink it all in. But since that's not possible, I thought I'd share a few pics to give you a glimpse of the beauty all around us here.


The street right around the corner from us
has lots of pear trees. Gorgeous.

This is on the way to the park.

Random beautiful flowers


Some more of the flowers at the Biltmore entrance

Here's part of the Great Smoky Mtns that
we drove through on our way home from
visiting Paul.

Sometimes I wish I had cameras in my eyes so I could capture the panorama of beauty, but these share at least a small part of it.


dave said...

Stop rubbing it in!

Denny & Joe said...

Absolutely beautiful. That photo of all the trees on the way to the park is breathtaking.

grumpy proofreader said...

Thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures.
Do you like to read?
Have you ever read "Eats Shoots and Leaves"?
(Didn't think so.)

Natalie said...

I love the pictures of tulips! Those are my favorite flowers now! (it use to be roses).

It has been fun watching what springs up in our yard this spring. We had two dogwoods in the back yard we didn't know about, and one pink dogwood in the front. I guess we didn't notice them when we first moved in in September!

Ang said...

Andi, I love your beautiful descriptions. Your enthusiasm for springtime is contagious! I love it too.

sandy said...

What beautiful pictures! Thanks for sharing!