Windowpane Wednesday: Every Spring

Although I’ve never visited Washington, D.C. during the Cherry Blossom event, we have plenty of those gorgeous trees in our area of southeast Virginia to enjoy.

This one is in our development, just a couple of minutes from our house. It’s in the yard of a home belonging to a cousin of mine and her husband. I stopped and took this picture through my windshield yesterday morning.*

I don’t recall there ever being a spring that this tree wasn’t absolutely beautiful with those delicate blossoms.

* Perhaps the title of today’s post should be “Windshield Wednesday”.

~These Days Of Mine~



7 responses to “Windowpane Wednesday: Every Spring

  1. A cruise around our neighborhood also reveals a lot of beautiful cherry trees, bradford pears, a weeping willow that’s just getting that first flush of greenery – lots of bulbs blooming. Spring is wonderful but I wish the WARMTH would catch up to it!


  2. Beautiful! Would you believe we still have some snow on the ground and cold temps here? And this morning we had freezing rain, so blossoms like this haven’t even begun to bud yet.

  3. Beautiful! Spring is showing off it’s best fashion this year. The redbud has been especially eye catching too. Now if the temperatures would just catch up with the season…..

  4. Great pic of an impressive tree !
    “Windshield Wednesday” has my vote !

  5. Wonderful photo of that gorgeous tree. There’s a wild cherry tree near our home. It’s weather and time worn. The tornado in 2020 roughed it up, but it’s still growing and producing little cherries for the critters to eat.
    I agree with Marshall, “Windshield Wednesday” I second the vote. 🙂

  6. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Just beautiful!!!! The trees are lovely this year.

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