A Pacific Northwest Spring Phenomenon. No matter how cold, warm, etc. it is. My Cherry Blossom blooms without fail every spring at about the end of March. Just spectacular! I decided I would document it’s progress. Here are some photos of the first stages of it’s magnificence and glory.
The summers in the Pacific North West are quite short. However, there are indeed quite beautiful as well. I was on a walk the other night with my fiancee and our two Boxers and I brought along the camera with the intention of taking photos to some of the spring/summer mix flowers native to the Western Washington area. This place is alive and blooming in May, mostly with Rhododendrons and other types. I have posted some of my own photos as well of the native flower called a Fox Glove. It actually has a poisonous stalk if you touch it and then eat foods with your hands, so make sure if you have these flowers, to wash your hands well if you touch them. I also have taken photos of my roses as well. Enjoy!