14.5.13

hello, spring

I’m just so happy you’re here.




(MAGNOLIA FACE)










33 comments:

  1. Spring never loses its charm. It gets me every year how psychedelic its colors and blossoms are. Beautiful pictures (especially magnolia face).

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  2. ♥!
    it seems that magnolia flowers are an inspiration to shoot double exposures.. i took one of my grandma last year, too!
    {magnolia grandma: http://www.flickr.com/photos/silviabes/6907197134/in/photostream}

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  3. Always puts a smile on my face :)

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  4. Gorgeous photos. Took me away from my study fever for a moment - thank you. Love the tilting tulips! :3

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  5. Stunning photos - especially the one of the tulips.

    divine-time.blogspot.com.au

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  6. Ahhh, these photos are all so pretty! Unfortunately I'm entering winter where I live, but it's nice to dream of being somewhere else...

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  7. I adore your little neighborhood. Makes me want to visit Toronto in spring.

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  8. Oh my stars, I just want to stare at pink flowers against a blue sky forever!

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  9. wow! wonderful pictures!

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  10. Beautiful pictures, they are full of spring!

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  11. These are magical. I love the way the light is shining through the tulips under the tree, but I think the last photo has to be my absolute favourite.

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  12. yes to farmers markets, blooming yards, and still crisp temperatures. i love seeing all of the neighborhood cats strolling the sidewalks and enjoying the cool weather. i hope spring stays a little bit longer.

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  13. Fresh food! Fresh air! Fresh flowers! Happy cats! I love spring! just not pollen...cough cough hack dead x_x

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  14. Bautiful! Especially like the double exposure!

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  15. yessss. it's SO lovely out there! (and it's almost peony season...!!)

    i've been superhappy even with the colder/crappier weather here in ottawa, since all the honeysuckle bushes have started blooming. it smells divine.

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  16. I was in spring denial for too long. Can we get a cat magnolia face up in here? ;)

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  17. These are so amazing!!!! Magnolia faces omgggggg.

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  18. All those blossoming trees are so beautiful! (And so are the tulips.) xoxo

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  19. Thanks for sharing the amazing spring blooms of Toronto! I try to visit Toronto every spring, but I'm coming in August this year. Did you convince Oreo to step outside or is that a fuzzy doppelganger?

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  20. FINALLY! As a city collectively sighs...

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  21. These photos make me miss Japan! I visited during cherry blossom season, and it was a flower girl's dream.

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  22. So pretty! Ah I love spring!

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  23. Beautiful! It must be nice living in such close proximity to cherry trees and blooming things. Also an allergy sufferers worst nightmare I'm sure! I could see myself loving it there and being simultaneously miserable! ;) Lovely photos.

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  24. These pictures are perfect!

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  25. These photos take my breath away! So beautiful, love the richness of the photos, and the flowers.

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  26. how beautiful!

    http://bitterteablog.blogspot.fi/

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  27. These photos are gorgeous!
    Lucia x

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  28. how thrilled i am to have stumbled across your blog...! whimsical, delightful, lovely...what dreams are made of!

    xx
    http://petalandplume.blogspot.ca

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  29. wow magnolias! i love those so much! it's always fun to make double exposure floral portraits

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