IN MY WORLD of Ocean Park in BC there are many pretty sights along the pathways in spring. This one pictured above captured my imagination recently because it reminded me of a string of jewelry on a necklace.
The tiny bleeding hearts brushed by fingers of leaves gleamed in the sunlight. An extended bead dangled from each flower like a raindrop shaped diamond.
Some plants have yet to reach their full potential. Right now this cone shaped bloom has the look of a bristle brush. But its destiny is to transform.
The rhododendron was aglow with buds.
Those that blossom first will fade sooner than the late bloomers.
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Copyright by Penelope Puddlisms