Thursday, 18 August 2022

“Let us find inner freedom in each lucky moment that we encounter, like a sun-basking butterfly that finds peace on a cherry blossom petal.” ― Erik Pevernagie

 

I was delighted to see the first cherry blossom in bloom on my dog walk, only to walk then meet a friend for coffee and discover the streets were full of them and the season had been going for weeks. A lesson in that sometimes it's just our small corner of the world that distorts what's actually happening....



Lessons in perspective are everywhere....



And in a few weeks the pink petal snow will fall...


Linking with #NaturesNotes #GardenAffair  #FridayBliss #DND  #FloralFridayFoto (and there's a beautiful magnolia in bloom on my walk and I keep seeing photographers there doing photo shoots...such joy these things bring.) 
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12 comments:

  1. It's really interesting to see week in and week out how you're springing in while we wait for fall. Great flowers!
    Kind regards - Elke

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  2. I love to see the outburst of spring there. Here it is the autumn’s turn. The seasons around the world keep us flower lovers content throughout the year! Such pretty pictures.

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  3. The first spring flowers always make me happy, too, dear Lydia!
    All the best and happy weekend!
    Traude
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  4. Your experience alerts me to the fact that our autumn migration season is already underway despite the calendar.

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  5. Lovely Cherry Blossom blooms & the Pink Magnolia is such a stunning bloom!

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  6. I've been trying to find some spring blossoms here but haven't had much luck, if I'd still be in Northland there would be heaps everywhere.

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  7. Yes we all need to do this.."“Let us find inner freedom in each lucky moment that we encounter, like a sun-basking butterfly that finds peace on a cherry blossom petal.” ― Erik Pevernagie"......Michelle

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  8. I loved your thought , cherry blossoms are beautiful . Thanks for sharing with Garden Affair.

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  9. Delightful, Lydia! All of our Spring flowers are out too!

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