Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Spring in SF III


A touch of pink can be seen all over town. Unfortunately this tree probably won't look the same this morning. It's been snow most of the evening and is still coming down as I post this.

34 comments:

Halcyon said...

That's too bad. But I'm sure some precip is probably needed. Hopefully spring will still have a litte glory!

Olivier said...

belle photo printanière et belles couleurs

Kathy said...

There always seems to be a cold snap right at Easter time!

La sonrisa de Hiperión said...

Preciosa la fotos que nos has dejado amigo.

Saludos y un abrazo.

Teresa said...

Pretty without snow but I'm sure just as equally pretty with it!

AGMPRISMA said...

Good shot Randy, I like pink in Spring season.
Enyoy Spring.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

So it's a good thing you got to enjoy it even for a short while Randy. The weather seems to be a little 'nuts' these days! I hope your cold is getting better.

VP said...

It must be odd to see blooming trees and snow at the same time...

Lowell said...

Spring can mean snow in Santa Fe, heh?

When I lived in the north, one of the most frustrating things was to have it turn cold and snowy again after some mild temps and sunny days!

Pretty tree, though!

Rizalenio said...

Pink all over town - that's a nice scenery. Lovely photo. Stay warm.

Eyeliquor said...

Wonderful colors!

Traveling Hawk said...

I enjoyed very much all the 3 last, spring photos, Randy!

Luis Gomez said...

This is lovely Randy!

Cezar and Léia said...

What a charming Spring scenery!You always find gorgeous places to take pictures, very well done!
Léia

Sharon said...

Oh wow, it's hard to believe you have snow again.

Nancy Claeys said...

Lovely blooms -- maybe they'll survive the snow? :)

TexWisGirl said...

wow! that's kind of amazing! poor tree!

lifeisaroadtrip said...

Snow - are you kidding me? Wow, the colors are so beautiful in this photo.

Light-In-A-Box said...

Great photo Randy. Sounds like you have the same weather we have, we will have almost summer like conditions today & winter tommorow night! Just crazy..

Judy said...

Oh no, I'm glad you got a photo of it before the snow came.

Jarart said...

Our snow missed you and your snow missed us! The trees here did pretty well after the snow, maybe it wont hurt yours too bad there.

EG CameraGirl said...

YIKES! You have snow?! Too bad about the pink blossoms.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Seems to be the story of spring everywhere. A promise of summer followed by a reminder of winter.

JM said...

It's wonderful how adobe seems to fit in every season of the year!

cieldequimper said...

Randy that's unbelievable. We've had June temperatures for 2 weeks and even a thunderstorm this evening (a what in April??? :-)) and you are having snow? This photo is so pretty and poetic, I'm sure it would look lovely with a nice thick coat of snow too (hint!) ;-)

RedPat said...

Ew - I hope to see no more snow this season!

parker said...

Pink blooms are nice, Snow in Spring not so nice!

Regina K said...

That looks like a redbud tree. We have them everywhere in KC. They usually bloom mid to late April but have already bloomed this year. The warm weather has already taken away the blooms which usually linger for a few week.

I heard about the snow, hopefully just a quick snow with melting on the way.

becky said...

I love how things are blossoming around town. :)
It sure was beautiful this morning, though!
The snow is already melting & I'm sure we'll see those blossoms again tomorrow.
Hope you're on the mend!

Michelle said...

Snow!? Oh dear....

NixBlog said...

Make hay while the sun shines, Randy, so enjoy it while it lasts. At least its beauty is captured by your photo...

Lynette said...

Our pink blossoms here and white blossoms there are being impacted by rain, not snow, thank goodness.

I wonder if Wordpress would work like I want Blogger to work. I might try it out when I have lots of time and a rested brain.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Randy, really nice blossoms in town !

Magpie said...

That's the thing about spring weather...you never know.