Twelve days of spring

The first photo was taken on March 26 and shows a tree line just behind a job.


Second photo shows same tree line at a  similar angle 12 days later.


Spring wide open in West Georgia. The purple is a Wisteria. Monday I didn’t notice any.

Tuesday Wisteria blooms had popped  everywhere I looked. 


Coming soon Azaleas.


Ya’ll play nice. With the profusion of blooms comes the yellow cloud. I’ll be looking for a

photo to illustrate ASAP. In the meantime, please pass the oxygen.



About jingeorgia

Searching high and low no matter where i go it always seems the same: shades of grey. Or, was that gray?
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13 Responses to Twelve days of spring

  1. ROCKET says:

    The apple trees on our ridge bloomed today. No color showing when I woke up but nearly full bloom by sundown!

  2. Horst says:

    Fantastic, I love it when spring has sprung.

  3. Glenys says:

    sometimes it takes awhile to notice any change to the seasons but it is nice when you are coming out of winter and colours are starting to appear in the trees – and birds are returning …

  4. Beth says:

    I love the pictures. Isn\’t it awesome how spring just seems to pop right out atcha?

  5. J says:

    j2Everyone. Thanks to all! The pace of spring is almost breath taking in West Georgia especially when you throw in a 5700 pollen count. That number is based on grains of pollen per cubic foot of air. A high count is considered anything above 120. Yes, we all live in a yellow cloud here. Perhaps a submarine wasn\’t a bad idea. Oh well, bitch not is my motto. Soon the weather will change.

  6. -Grumps- says:

    Things is still lookin a little brown about here, but the colour green is indeed poking out, ’n making it’s appearance. Spring is on the wing so’s ta speak. Ciao Fer Now …

  7. Rhapsody says:

    Abolutely lovely the photos of the trees and flowers.Have a great Friday and a fantastic weekend.

  8. Rambling says:

    My purple azaleas are only just now setting their buds. The two I have your color there are budded and blooming. Just started. My dogwood is fully opened and white and full. Daffy\’s are dying and the tulips that the squirrels didn\’t murder are tottering. LOVED that sequence you gave us.

  9. Horst says:

    I can\’t wait for spring to arrive here. It will take another 3 to 4 weeks in my part of the world. We just got over a blizzard and tones of accidents in Edmonton, but the high winds are still with us. Hope it warms up again soon. Great photos Carole.

  10. ··¤ SETH says:

    Beautiful capture…Love the colors! Yes, there truly is something awe-inspiring about springtime. Although it\’s true that each season brings its own special beauty, especially where we live, spring always seems to be greeted with the most delight.

  11. Lisa ♥ says:

    The Wisteria blooms are amazing. I have never seen any . They are stunning.

  12. Here I Am says:

    I love the wisteria blooms. they have it also in the southwest. What a quick blast of spring. It\’s moving at a crawl here up here in the mountains now..

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