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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

More blooming in the neighborhood

Our dear Bradford Pear ornamental had its flowers and now is in leaf, the earliest tree for both.

Down the  driveway from it is a crabapple starting to bloom.

Not sure what this lovely one is by Lake Tomahawk, something ornamental I assume.

A tree blooms beside a lookout perch over Lake Tomahawk, Black Mountain NC.

 The  last of white blooms on perhaps another Bradford pear by the lake.

The redbud shines so beautifully against winter's greys.

These seem like accidental trees next to this restaurant's fence and retaining wall.

Today's quote:
We are already surrounded by machines that demonstrate a complete lack of insight, we just call them corporations.” Ted Chiang 

1 comment:

  1. very pretty.I wonder why someone bred ornamental fruit trees?


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