Friday, March 19, 2010

Spring is Slowly Arriving


Matthew 6:29
" ...Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: 29 And yet I say to you, That even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these."

Spring is arriving in South Georgia and bringing the promise of new life, new beginnings, and revival of the soul as we see God's creation in all it's beauty. Today's posting is pictures I took this afternoon in our yard and I will let these pictures speak for themselves.


Loropetalum - Called the Fringe Plant

Loropetalum Shrub - Leaves will turn red

Tulip Tree or Japanese Magnolia - This single bloom shows the many colors of pink and white in one blossom of this beautiful tree


Pink against the blue sky


Twins - or Entrance to the Watermelon Field
Bradford Pear

Clouds Through the Pink



One Among the Many



Beauty Framed


Flowering Quince

Shy Hyacinth Brightens a Shady Spot


First Lady Banks Rose Bloom



Redbud Announcing Spring


Reflection Pool
I hope you enjoy these examples of the beauty which God blesses us with in South Georgia.
Nuff said,
The Georgia Peach
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