Monday, April 28, 2014

Wild Dogwoods


Beautiful wild dogwood trees dot the landscape alongside old barns in the springtime here in the mountains of western North Carolina.


Have a great week everyone.

30 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures Sam! I love the countryside in NC during the spring. It is so beautiful!

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  2. They are gorgeous and so are your vistas..The snowbirds have returned:)
    Welcome back:)

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  3. How beautiful and peaceful!

    Happy Spring, Happy Living ~ FlowerLady

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  4. Such beautiful and easy scenery. Blessings and a beautiful week to you Sam. Catherine xo

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  5. We have them here also, although nothing beats the mountains of NC. Can you believe we are on tornado watch today?!!!!

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  6. You appear to be a week or so behind us as our dogwood trees have been raining white blooms along with the double bloom pink cherry.

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  7. This reminds me of the native wild dogwoods in my home state of Virginia. Lovely!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  8. I get very sentimental when I see dogwoods in bloom.

    Madonna
    MakeMineLemon

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  9. Never seen a dogwood before, thanks for sharing. Have a great week. Diane

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  10. North Carolina looks wonderful, love the dogwoods, they are just beautiful. Never have seen them before. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Glad you are back in NC. Looking forward to seeing you next month.

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  12. Very pretty! They've all just opened up here too-enjoy:@)

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  13. Sam... Beautiful photos! Who doesn't love spring and the rebirth of all of the plants and flowers... Life is good! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  14. I can hardly wait each year for the dogwoods. I love the way they just seem to float in the air before the leaves appear in the rest of the woods. I actually climbed a tree the other day in the woods to clip a branch for a photo shoot :) They are just too lovely for words and so are your photos Sam. Thanks for capturing this Carolina beauty.

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  15. oh my late grandmother used to have the most beautiful and outstanding old dogwood in the back of her yard alongside the lake bank. It was gorgeous. reminds me of happy happy times.

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  16. How beautiful! I especially love the first shot with the red farm buildings. What a lovely contrast with the white blossoms. Our magnolia tree is blooming now but the winter (and squirrels) were hard on it and there are only a few blossoms this year, sadly.

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  17. Absolutely beautiful! Dogwoods are one of my favorites - I can never decide if I like the pink or the white best!
    Mary

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  18. The east and south really comes alive with so many blooms in Spring! Not soi much here in the west, although I do have a pretty crab apple tree flowering in my backyard that I love!

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  19. Spring has become my favorite time of year since moving here. Glory surrounds us.

    Gorgeous photos, Sam.

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  20. Aren't we lucky to have such a beautiful tree growing wild?

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  21. There's nothing like a Western Carolina spring. The red barn photo is so lovely, it could grace the cover of a book or magazine.
    Here's to warm (and calm) weather!

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  22. They have been beautiful this year and I'm really enjoying them. Lucky us.

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  23. Love the beautiful dogwoods in bloom, we don't have any in our area.

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