Before posting flower shots I've taken this week, I want to thank Denise who blogs at An English Girl Rambles and who is the Today's Flowers host for for the book give-a-way I won. I was so happy to receive the beautiful book by Sara Chapman: Flowers of Volunteer Park Conservatory.
This book includes photographs from each month at this wonderful conservatory in Seattle. The photography brings this beautiful place alive on the page.
In my neck of the woods (central NC) we are moving rapidly into spring. Above I photographed the dogwoods and below are azaleas blooming in front of my house.
Next is a closer look at the dogwood blossoms.
Next is another azalea shot. The azaleas are blooming earlier than usual this year, although most are still at the bud stage.
My white camellias are especially pretty this year.
I have a lot of white flowers in front of my house (bushes and trees).
I have two different varieties of yellow tulips that are blooming in my back yard.
I'm still waiting for the red tulips to bloom.