Enjoying the Sight of Spring Flowers

One of the pleasant aspects of my early morning walks is the sight of the spring flowers I see along the way. What I see often amongst the grass are these tiny pretty blue flowers (I don’t know what they are called). They look so pretty along the sidewalks and in gardens that have not been mown.

One of the homes I pass by has planted a few bright flowers in one of their flowerbeds – there are too many of them but they do brighten up the space.

The most glorious sight is that of the daffodils. Their bright yellow colour definitely brightens any sight I see on my walk. Some gardens have only one or two bubs that have sprouted; but some have quite a number.

Not all bulbs have flowered. I cant wait for the tulips to show their beautiful heads.

Blossoms are starting to show up in trees and I think this tree will have a magnificent showing once the buds have all opened.

Each day on my walk, I look out for more signs of spring. I noticed yesterday that some buds are beginning to unfurl their green leaves. I look forward to seeing their bounty.

Are you enjoying the sights of spring?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2020

(This post is linked to the Six Word Saturday challenge)

9 thoughts on “Enjoying the Sight of Spring Flowers

  1. I love the color in these photos! We have a multitude of flowers outside our house right now, and my two lemon trees are bursting with fruit as well. In the last few days, butterflies have made a noticeable appearance and the hummingbirds are plentiful as well…nature coming to life again!


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