7/25/15

sights at Hollard Gardens

As many of you know, we visit Hollard Gardens often. It's a beautiful place and entry is free. It looks like spring is not far away!





Hubby shot this witch hazel backlit by the sun.



16 comments:

Margaret Adamson said...

Great shot of the spider's web and beautiful flower images. Have a lovely weekend.

Pierced Wonderings said...

What a lovely place! That spider web is incredible, and the flowers are beautiful!

Thank you for joining us for this week for Photo Friday!

John said...

Nice flowers - the rose looks similar to our wild ones

EG CameraGirl said...

When I see blossoms I never think it's still winter. ;))

Linda W. said...

Pretty flower pics!

Donna said...

These are wonderful...love the spider web

CountryMum said...

Such beautiful flowers, and yes, spring is getting closer!

Rhonda Albom said...

Beautiful, colorful flowers. It is the spiderweb that really caught my attention. Nicely done, they are so difficult to capture on a camera.

Amy Franks said...

I just love signs of spring, it's been much the same here, I saw some cherry trees here in full blossom yesterday :-)

waldlaeufer68 said...

fantastic colors, very beautiful pictures
greetings Frank

Denyse Whelan. said...

Glorious wonderful nature. I love the richness of colours too. From across the ditch in Aus! Denyse.

ImagesByCW | C. Willison said...

Beautiful photos! And the spiderweb just reminded me that it is winter on your side of the world right now...

pattisjarrett said...

Impressive web! I love walking and seeing the flowers.

Kim Cunningham said...

Looks like a bit of spring is there! That is always so encouraging after a winter.

Jocee said...

Beautiful pics. It is nice to see some bulbs flowering, and I do love the Camellia's.

Hannah said...

Spring there would mean fall here, and I'm not ready for that, though the heat makes that seem a little appealing. The camellias and daffodils do seem like spring has arrived, though. I don't know if temperatures are warmer there too, but spring was early here as well.