The sun had slid into home base just add of dusk. We decided that a walk would do us good. Besides, there is a neighbour’s tree I want to photograph while it is in bloom.
On the way, David spies these bird houses in the sun. I am smitten with their brightness against that aging wood of the building.
We must walk quickly now as the sun is already catching treetops between the shadows.
Ah, there it is.
We are a little late but it is still lovely. What a lot of blossoms!
Let’s see if we can find just a few for a close up.
Great fun. A little closer maybe?
Oh yes — one of my blossom photos is being used for the poster of Cherry Blossom Festival in Abbotsford British Columbia. This city of about 120 thousand is hosting a sister-city project to raise funds for Japanese relief. I am honoured that they requested my photograph to promote the event.
(view or purchase the photo in this poster here.)
There is a little credit running along the right side of the photo that has me grinning every time I notice it 🙂
My intention this week is to paint the edges of my paintings that are already finished. I moved the rhubarb to a sunnier location yesterday and while I was out there I saw a few other things I want to get started on. This musing time – as I am doing these things I will decide on my next big painting.
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I wish you a blooming good time this week.
Sprout question: What is blooming in your creative garden?
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