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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Spring in Ukraine - March Pictures

The ground is still brown and dull except for these little wonderful displays of color. It is almost like an artist's blank canvas and those first splashes of color. These are my little soldiers all lined up and beautiful. How can one not believe in a Creator when they behold such loveliness in nature?


Needled Mom said...

The crocus have always been one of my favorite spring flowers. Maybe it is because they always pop up when the ground is so dull.

Jessica said...

These are beautiful. Amazing!

j3ss1ca (SB)

Bipolar Rollercoaster said...

WOW! These are gorgeous! Isn't it amazing how something a simple as flowers can make the ugly so breath taking! I didn't even notice the brown. I thought it was B&W and that you photoshopped in the color...LOL. Nice pics! You have a good eye!

Fuzzington said...

Awww, I love these tulips! They're amazing! Can I reference this post in my garden blog? Let me know!

Sharon (Fuzzington on Swapbot)

Coleen said...

God's beauty is so marvelous. Sharon, you are welcome to feature these beautiful little crocuses. I am a big gardener so stay tuned for lots of other pretties from my Ukraine garden.

shafarina said...

Breathtaking! I am with the same opinion with Bipolar Rollercoaster. I thought you edited them.

I've never experienced spring. :(

Jen said...

I love your crocus photos. we seem to have had a really long winter here in Scotland, the daffodils have only just come out but we weirdly got crocuses really early and they looked so lovely in the park

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