Incurable Curiosity

In-cur-able: (adj.) Not likely to be changed. Cu-ri-os-i-ty: (n) A desire to know.

Spring is Here: A Tiny Look at Things Sprung


Spring has come early to the South, with all of its allergy-inducing beauty. Here are some close-up extracts of what I’ve captured between sneezes:

A pink camellia – lovely things until they drop to the ground in a soggy, rotting mess.

A purple azalea bud about ready to burst open. I was lucky to catch this before the bees invaded.

Pink dogwood – aren’t they lovely? A breeze was making them dance when I took this shot.

A yellow bush flower. Note the dew-drops; photo taken on a morning walk.

The first bloom on a tea rose bush that my mother saved from a cutting. She has quite the green thumb.

I don’t know what this pretty white flower is, but it’s overtaking a garden spot.

In person this rose looks like it’s made of velvet. 

The swirls on this petite bloom are mesmerizing. 

I cannot resist sky shots!

And that’s a short look at our early floral season. We’ve been hit by a few cold snaps of late, but everything seems to have survived.


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