Tuesday, May 03, 2011

More Blooms

bloom 1
bloom 2
bloom 3
bloom 4
bloom 5
bloom 7
bloom 8

Forgive me as I visually dote upon my tree some more. It is the most wonderful kind of dreary day here and I find myself in a rather listless state. Sure, I have actual lists of things to do and they need doing. But today, I don't care to pay attention to them. I want to revel in the somber rain and let the sound of the steady droplets lull me to sleep. I'll dream of the light as it dances through these petals while wrapped in the warmth of a place where edges are softly blurred, feeling is magnified, and the wet doesn't matter.

Tomorrow is when these moments will fade like dreams do and I'll be awake to possibility. For now, I am so very content right.where.I.am.

13 comments:

Red Bird Jewellery said...

Stunning pictures - I love magnolia trees, they make my heart sing when they're in full bloom - shame it doesn't last for long. Ours has already gone over...

Rebecca said...

Gorgeous Kerry, I love your close up shots.

Laura Twiford said...

Incredible pictures Kerry, just beautiful!!

mairedodd said...

hope you had a restfilled day... there is something about the soft rain that amplifies certain colors... the magnolia is magnificent...

RockerJewlz said...

The detail in the big water drops in that first photo is amazing...like crystal jewels! Thanks for sharing.

Shirley said...

Yes, here I am, totally jealous of your photography skills. Those pics are awesome!

Barbara Lewis said...

These are amazing photographs ... the water you captured the water droplets actually makes me thirsty!

Patricia Wood said...

Your soul is beautiful Kerry:)

Dee said...

Thanks for brightening up my evening, these photos are beautiful!

Nicole Valentine-Rimmer said...

I love magnolias! You should offer a couple of them up for sale as prints I'd buy them! It's been gloomy here too I keep plugging away at things.

TesoriTrovati said...

Pardon me while I pick up my chin. It must have dropped her somewhere when I saw those pictures.
Amazing! Yes, please. More!
Enjoy the day!
Erin

Lori Bergmann said...

Gorgeous pics, Kerry! Makes me homesick for my old home in KS where we had one of those lovely magnolia trees too!

Shaiha said...

Oh you can dote on your tree as much as you wish! I think that they are gorgeous but I don't think that they grow in Washington as I have never seen one.