A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
Very bright colours here!God bless you!Cezar
don't you just love those blue thingeys.
Ah, the harbingers of spring. Took too long this year!!
Blue thingeys! That's the spirit!!! What a handsome house. New England does color on homes so beautifully.
I believe flowers can make any morning better. Great shots.
Oh, yes! Love your blue thingeys, Jack!! And such a beautiful, colorful old house! Enjoy your weekend -- wherever you are!Sylvia
How beautiful! It is wonderful that the house is maintained. So many historical homes are allowed to decay until someone/some group comes to the rescue.
Love those cheerful daffs!
I love this red color of the house! It makes everything else look even more brilliant!If I understood well, you're on a trip!May good winds be with you!
Interesting that the whole house is one colour. I rather like it.
In my world, "thingeys" are the most prolific type of flowers.Have a wonderful trip to Africa.
Can't wait to visit again! Love the images!
The flowers are beautiful, but I must say that I LOVE the color of that house!
Love the colors in the first shot.
The all hot colors house. Not very New England-y, but it feels like a visual dash of Tabasco.
Superb. Especially the blue grape hyacinths! :-)
Very nice and colourful!Love your pics!Thaks for sharing, Jack;o)***Have a great Sunday****
Now that Ciel has put a name to the 'blue thingeys' I can confidently say that the hyacinths are marvelous. happy trip Jack, watch out for the hippos, not nice!!
To dot Ciel's i: muscari. Don't know what kind. It's how I know spring has arrived in my tiny yard.
The colors and shapes are lo-ve-ly.
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