Friday, March 02, 2007

Walk Three Hundred and Eleven – Blossom time

Even in the dullest and most pedestrian of suburban streets it’s possible to find something of beauty. Several of these beautifully twisted tiny trees can be found in the residential roads around Xavier’s nursery. It seemed like one day they were bare and the next they were in flower.
125mm x 195mm pen and watercolour in watercolour moleskine


Blogger Judith said...

Julie, thanks for visiting my blog and for leaving a comment. Truth to tell I am a bit disappointed there are not more comments arising from the Herts24 awards. Yours is only the second I have received.

Your blog is lovely. With ageing eyes I particularly appreciate pages that are light and not overfilled, and the simplicity of your concept - in contrast to my hodgepodge! - is very compelling. Also, as I live in your area, I know many of the places you have visited. I am definitely bookmarking you for further visits.
Good luck in the comp.

7:39 am  
Blogger Alison said...

Well, early March - Spring is sprung. I ordered the winter's firewood today. :)

10:30 am  
Blogger Penny said...

Gorgeous light and new life , spring with you, hot and steamy autumn here, dont think I will have any leaves on the deciduous trees for colour this year.

10:09 pm  
Anonymous petescully said...

i too was taken with the whole pink blossom is here fever this week. I loved it when blossom would arrive in drab old Burnt Oak.

6:49 am  

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