Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Subtle signs of Spring


Spring is beginning to show her lovely face around Brambleberry Cottage.


The evening air is filled with the sweet aroma from the blooming Honeysuckle.


Soon the fragrance of my wisteria will be dancing on the breeze.






All is well in m little world…

how about yours?


Lisa said...

Oh we were a bit cloudy here but not that bad! I love all your beautiful flowers!! Thanks for sharing!
Hugs, Lisa

Lisa said...

Oh and I love your look it is so calm and sweet! The music is nice too!
Hugs, Lisa

fairmaiden said...

Your pics are so pretty. I love how you frame them, or twinkle them, or add softness...I'm guessing you use photoshop or picnik? I don't know how to do any of that yet.

ellen b. said...

Hello friend! So nice to see your post. Life is full up here in the Northwest. I'm so much busier and I don't need a stairmaster with all the stairs I have to navigate....

grey like snuffie said...

Simply lovely

Deborah said...

CORI!!!!! These are fabulous!
Springalicious! As good as The Fanciful One! Really. Just yummy. I love your photoshop work too. Goodness, you are AWESOME! Yesh, your wee little world looks just fine.... **kisskiss** Deb


Such beauty throughout!!

Simply Heart And Home said...

Lovely signs of spring. There is hope!


http://afancifultwist.typepad.com said...

Oooooooooooooooooooooooo!! Yummy preciousnessssss! I adore your photos and how scrumptious you made them look!! Oh yummm!!


Spring is beyond beautiful in your cottage!!!

Beverly said...

Visiting your world always brings me a smile. I love spring, too.

All is well in our world, too. The daffodils are beginning to bloom, and they are glorious.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Oh my, that first rose took my breath away with its beauty! Spring comes early your way.

I have been hopping around like a spring bunny trying to get back on track since returning home. Finally catching up! :-)

♥ Pat

fairmaiden said...

Gypsy Rose,

The Carpenter brought me the first rose bloom from our Cecile Brunner climber this evening. It is the softest pink. I will have to post pics of it this week. It smells so sweet. Love you,
ox~ Fairmaiden

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Andylynne said...

Pretty pictures, so serene.

Moorea said...

Hello Cori! I did not think it was possible, but your photography is getting more beautiful than ever! I just love your blog! I have been working in the garden a lot and actually have seedlings in my garden! It is such a joy to see the fruit of my labor! Have a blessed Resurrection Day. We had our Seder last night, it was delightful- the Littles sat through the whole thing!
Jacob (3) found the leaven, Erik went to see if Elijah was coming and when he saw he wasn't said "oh well!" too cute! NEXT YEAR WITH JESUS! Love, Moorea