Thursday, March 8, 2012

Flowers In The Garden

Hyacinth

Gee, the sun is shining in Oregon and things are starting to flower in our gardens...there are buds on the dogwoods.  Things are starting to happen outside other than just the rain.

Can't help myself...it was time to take the camera outside and get a few shots.

Primrose
Crocus

Daffodils
Erica Furzey
  
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