Wednesday, April 02, 2008

The green lace on the tree behind the blossoming pear tree.
Soon the green lace will burst into full leaves and the hills in the background will be history until the leaves fall.

The maple tree on the left has green lace and the Jackson's hill has little puffs appearing.

The rain during the night had made the hills so pretty.

The sun only appeared a little while and it clouded up and rain most of yesterday.
The pictures go from left to right as I was standing on the porch yesterday enjoying the green lace which has just began to appear in the trees and the green grass and clear skies.
The Kitty Justice is we are to have sunny skies today with a temperature of sixty and then rain again the next couple of days. Burr it was 37 degrees when I awoke this morning.


Marcel said...

I love the green. Very nice! It's been clod here too with snow and frost most mornings.

Greatfullivin said...

Hi Di...You take the most amazing photos! I just can never get over how much your view looks like my Brown County. I have a little something for you, stop over when you have a minute!

Lady Di Tn said...

Tn is known for our green and it is beginning to show up this year in a hurry. Peace

Glad you liked the photo. I will stop by later. Peace

Merle said...

Hi Lady Di ~~ Great photos and it's lovely to see the green growth on the trees. I like the term "green lace"
Thanks for your comments my friend and glad you enjoyed the jokes. I am glad your little brother sends you the jokes that you pass on. I loved the early photo of him in a recent post. Take care Di, Much love, Merle.

Lady Di Tn said...

I am glad you like the term "green lace". We will have rain the today and tomorrow and the green lace will really pop out this weekend when the sun appears. Thanks for you continued uplifting comments.

Brandy said...

I have you a little something something on my page come get it when you can.

Mary said...

Lady Di,

Wow! You have blossoms and leaves. That is so pretty. Spring is slowly coming to this corner of the world as well. We don't have leaves but I did see some leaf buds on shrubs when I took Meeko for a walk in the park yesterday.

Thanks for posting all of your wonderful photos.

Have a great Sunday.