Spring Has Finally Arrived 3 . . . . . . . . Peach Blossoms in Full Bloom March 16, 2017 by Michael Lai in A Photo a Week, Travel, Travel China, Travel Theme, Weekly Photo Challenge, Wordless Wednesday and tagged China, peach blossom, spring, yunnan Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
You’ve captured these delicate peach blossoms beautifully Micheal. Would you mind if I tried to sketch using this photo as inspiration? I’ll be sure to link back to you here if I’m able to create something worthy of display.
No problem, please sketch and link back, I am assuming that your site has no commercial advertisement. Regards, Michaael
Nope. This is a rewarding hobby for me (no money changes hands) and my way of showing appreciation to those who add so much color to our blogging world.
I’ve said it quite a few times before Michael, but you are a gifted photographer. Thanks for including us in your work.
Many thanks for the kind words and nice to meet and talk to you here 🙂
This is stunning!!
Glad that you like it, Nora!
A lovely picture that captures the arrival of spring.
Thanks Paul for the kind comment!
A very nice photo. I wanted to share a few cherry blossoms. There is cherry tree of sorts in our new garden, but the blossoms were very small and lasted only a few days. 😦
Ib China, they are flowers kept at homes, during the Chinese New year.
At home? That is interesting.
Of course, you have to cut it, instead of having the whole plant.
There is a branch in front of my window I might cut. (If flowers bloom)
It is not uncommon we cut the whole tree ( small, but blossoming ones )!