Wednesday, April 27, 2011

A Color that Goes with Green - Wordless Wednesday

25 comments:

  1. Bursts of happiness!! Thanks for the smile on this grey Seattle day =)

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  2. Hi Julia. The color of the dogwood came out so nicely this year. It is a young tree, and I think this is the first year the blooms turned out so beautiful. I am glad it gave you a smile.

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  3. Stunning! I love dogwood blooms and these are spectacular!

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  4. Pretty!

    Did you leave a comment on my Wordless Wednesday link? It says "anonymous" but I checked the IP address which took me to you. I won't approve it yet unless it isn't you.

    Ronnie

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  5. Smiles here, too! and a longing for the dogwoods of the home I left in the Pacific Northwest. Beautiful!

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  6. beautiful, I was going ask what the blossons were but see in the comments it's a dogwood, thanks for stopping by my blog, Frances

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  7. Gorgeous shades of pink! Thank you for coming to my blog.

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  8. @Karin / Southern Meadows I love dogwood blooms as well. My turned out well this year. Thank you for stopping by.

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  9. @ronniejt28 Thank you, Ronnie. Yes, I did...but not anonymously. I left you a message at Blotanical.

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  10. @Carolyn ? We have some white varieties in the woods around our house. They stand out among all the trees that are beginning their leafing out. Thanks for stopping by.

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  11. @Island Threads I am glad you liked it. Thanks for stopping by.

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  12. just stunning...what a gorgeous pink and so full of blossoms

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  13. This is a pleasant reminder of what's to come for me! I don't have a lovely pink Cornus kousa, but I do have a Cornus capitata (Strawberry Dogwood) that keeps the critters and the neighbourhood kids snacking.

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  14. Very pretty. I love the pink dogwoods.

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  15. @Donna It turned out well this year. It is a very young tree.

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  16. @Kate/ Beyond the Brambles I hope you are able to enjoy it before the snacking begins.

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  17. @One Thank you. It took several tries with the camera because there was a bit of a breeze. Thx for stopping by.

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  18. @HolleyGarden I love the pink dogwoods, too. This is the only one I have. The others are white and scattered around in the woods.

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  19. @Crow.Rahgozar Thank you, crow.rahgozar. Thanks for visiting.

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  20. @Kristi Thank you, Kristi. I am so glad they came out well this year.

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  21. here is marvelous combination of color is use its such a fine work and very interesting

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