Wednesday, April 10, 2013

I is for Invisible... Part 2





While I am still incognito this Cherry Blossom tree is not.

I thought you all might like to see it from a different angle, and with the gorgeous blue sky as its backdrop.

I had a chance to go for a brisk walk, between clients, and could not help but enjoy the wonders of nature. What a way to recharge my energy reserves.


Are you enjoying the wonders of nature around you as the seasons change?


Cheers, Jenny

Footnote: This little church has just been sold - upon the land will now stand a small apartment building.


20 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful Jenny. I've always been in the belief that where you live is like paradise and that hasn't changed. Hopefully today has been okay for you!

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    1. Agreed, Matthew - I'm lucky - I work in a beautiful part of town. There is a now-defunct rail track behind where I stood to take this photo; it lends itself to creating the feeling of being out in the country when one walks along side it.

      My day is more than okay, with lovely comments like yours it just keeps getting better. :)

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  2. The seasons are really struggling with changing this year where we are. There was a lovely rain today (lovely provided you could stay in bed all day) that turned into a pouring thunderstorm. So sleepy!

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    1. I do love the rain, Andrea - which makes many folks think I'm just a wee bit odd. True, it's the best when tucked snuggly in bed with a good book. (dare I say... or man - hahahaha) I couldn't resist - I'm in a silly mood from lack of sleep...

      Same with thunderstorms... we don't get them often but when we do I like to dance in them - something about dancing in a downpour that soothes my soul and frees my spirit. :)

      Here, our seasons have also been struggling - we had no winter, I missed that a lot. I enjoy the changing of the seasons; we went from Autumn to Spring with no discernible Winter. :(

      It seem the weather patterns are changing everywhere. I do hope your Spring arrives soon and with a fragrant bouquet of all things Spring, just for you.

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  3. That's your house? It's very nice.

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    1. It should be... I'm just so "good"!

      Hahaha - oh to have a sense of humour when what I really wants is an extra four hours of sleep. Tonight, hopefully!

      Nice to have you drop by, Alex - I hope you're well and not to taxed with blog hopping! :)

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  4. The trees around here just came into bloom. Glorious spring has returned!

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    1. I'm a fan of Spring - I'm glad it's showing up in your neighbourhood. :)

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  5. I love seeing all the cherry blossom around here, too. Victoria has so many streets lined with cherry trees, for a week or so each year it is truly magical.

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    1. Victoria is one of my favourite places to be this time of year - I often make the effort to get over there, even if it's just a day trip. I'm so please you are enjoying life on the Island! It is so beautiful, from one end to the other. :)

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  6. I've been going out to walk and enjoy the spring weather. Walking is my favorite way to appreciate nature. What a charming little church. Too bad it's going away.

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    1. Me too, Karen - my wee dog loves romping in the pink snow. It's a special time of year and so colourful.

      I feel the same about this church - too bad, as it is quite quaint. :)

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  7. That's a nice little church.

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    1. It tis... I walk past it to and from my office - I will miss it when it's gone.

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  8. It's been blustery but nice today, Jenny. I like seeing the cherry blossoms and magnolia varieties blooming, but I dislike forsythia and it's blooming now, too. (allergies. . .)

    I didn't mind that mild winter at all, even though it usually has consequences.

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    1. Hi DG - since you are in my neck of the woods I would agree - blustery is one of my favourite words for a day like we had today.

      My daughter is cursed with allergies too - such a drag not to be able to inhale deeply all these amazing fragrances. I'll take an extra breathe for you! :)

      It was a tad to mild for me - I'm fond of a dusting, or two of the white stuff! Oh well, maybe next winter. :)

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  9. Stunning cherry blossom. Thank for sharing it with us.

    Rhonda @Laugh-Quotes.com
    Visiting from AtoZ #41

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    1. It is isn't it - and so big. We have lots of these beautiful trees - but not many this big.

      Thanks for dropping by, Rhonda. :)

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  10. Hi Jenny - ours are coming out, but nowhere near your advancedness .. I do love the cherries against the sky ...cheers Hilary

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    1. Seems like the weather patterns around the globe are changing, Hilary - our blossoms were here for less than a week - due to colder nights than usual and vicious winds. I hope yours last longer. :) :)

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Thanks for dropping by and sharing your thoughts.

I'd give you a penny for them, but alas we just snuffed it out. Yup...gone!
It's all about the nickel now...so at this rate you can leave 5 thoughts!

Cheers, Jenny

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