Friday, April 16, 2010

Springtime in the Lowcountry

It's springtime in the Lowcountry with soft breezes wafting over the marshes...
while the rays of an early morning sun shine forth...
as dew drips from the tips of newly formed leaves.
Velvety petals,
in abundance from an ancient rose bush.
Rose buds framed by the prickly leaves of a sega palm.
Glowing petals stretch toward the bluest of spring skies.
Cotton like flowers stand out against bold azalea bushes...
while birds prepare their nests.
Soft lavender petals...
speckled azalea flowers...
soak in the suns warming rays.
As springtime takes hold early bloomers make their appearence.
Stay tuned for more blooms!
These flowers are for you Cathy:)!


Deanna said...

Dear Kim,
Lovely pictures with your writings!
Makes me want to unwind and smell the flowers fragrances.
Ummmm...I think I could get use to this.
May you have a sweet week-end and God Bless,

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Oh what a lovely site....such beautiful florals you have.

However, the lowlands always would make me think of you have a problem with them there ?


The Sweetbrier Cottage said...

Absolutely beautiful! Wonderful pictures of Beaufort - gee, can I come visit?

Teacup Mosaics said...

Oh Kim!
These pictures are just dreamy, thanks soooooo much for sharing!
Happy Weekend,

crochet lady said...

So beautiful...can't wait to see more blooms around here.

Paula said...

Dear Kim,
Beautiful words and beautiful photos!!! I enjoyed seeing all of the lovely blooms and landscape!!! The old roses are especially gorgeous! Enjoy spring! Have a good weekend! Love, Paula

ebony said...

Pictures are as beautiful as you are!!!!!! May I have permission to use as wallpaper? You and Daryl are the best neighbors anyone could have. We love ya. Have you tried making the bacon/tomato scones yet?:)
Cathy and Larry

The Blackwood Cottage said...

Well said!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Kim, these blossoms are magnificent and match your lovely pink gown that you wore to my birthday ball! Thank you dearest one, for coming to visit with me! I do my best to visit everyone, but it is hard when you only have one computer and the both of us being teachers/writers!!! Blessings to you and PRAISE GOD for His blessings! Anita

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Kim,

What a beautiful garden you have and I enjoyed coming for a visit with you today.
The scent must be heavenly.

Happy weekend
hugs & blessings

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

What beautiful pics!! I really enjoyed seeing all of the flowers because we have dropped back down into the 30's in the mornings and have not gone above 50 here for the past few days! Normal for Norhteastern Pa.!!

Belle Brocante said...

I can almost smell the roses....hmmm and so beautiful. Thanks for sharing these wonderful pictures.

Eastlake Victorian said...


Wow! You have so many pretty things in full bloom already! Makes me want to move south and pitch a tent in your yard so I can just bask in all the beauty!