Hi Judy!Thanks for visiting. I live in a tropical island which is practically sunny year round which is why flowers bloom all year round as well! ;-)Btw, your link does not go to your MFS post. Maia is right in insisting on this because it helps those of us with slow PCs. ;-(
Btw, I love your macros today. First time I saw something like it!
love the yellow...very spring like
Mm, they are verey nice)) i love that color)
Forsythia blossoms always signify Spring to me, even if they are inside the house. These are wonderful macros.
Beautiful macro shots of the flower.
Hi Judy; the optimum flower, pick it in winter and it flowers inside. Bringing spring into the house.
could you grow from the branches?
it looks so fresh and i love that shimmering effect.. lovely shots!!
Hi judy,What an amazing flower it is and you have perfectly captured it's beauty in your cam. Beautiful shots indeed. thanks for stopping by and dropping your comment. Keep visitingVrinda
You have an eye for Yellow, You should participate in Mellow Yellow Monday too. http://mellowyellowmonday.blogspot.com/
Nice job really observing the details of the forsythia! Thanks for your kind words over on my blog....have a great week!
Cheerful spring flowers, they bring spring atmosphere in the house when outside is still snowing.I had to reintroduce your link, for some reason it didn't work.
Certainly looks spring like! I will have to try this.
I swore I was going to do the same thing but haven't. Lovely, Judy!
Thank you once again for the reminder! Two years ago it was from reading your blog that I first did this. I must go check mine tomorrow.You forced your own sweet touch of spring!As for my roses, the roses really were two toned with red and an almost pink stripe.
Ah, spring cannot be far away. Can it?
ahh pretty blooms. I really like that 3rd one. Great color!
Growing up, I loved forsythia in early spring/late winter. Not sure I've ever seen it here, though. Thanks for the memory!
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