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Saturday, March 5, 2011

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Today I am thankful for.........Gods beauty!

17 comments:

Alice Grace said...

Gorgeous! Looks like spring is on the way! I love that tulip tree!

Amelia said...

Beautiful blossoms ...what kind are they?

Angela said...

Beautiful pictures. Love the tulip tree. Spring has got to be on its way, I am so ready for it

Scrappy quilter said...

Speechless is right. How can one not be thankful for God's incredible beauty when you see these. I stand in AWE of His glory, His creation. Hugs

Wanda said...

My tulip magnolia's are looking like that too. I'm hoping the weather we are having outside right now doesn't ruin them.

Wanda
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Happy Cottage Quilter said...

WOW! How beautiful!

webbsway said...

O Gosh, Val!

How truely beautiful !I don't think mine will bloom for another month yet.

I do not know how anybody can look around and not see our Father everywhere?

Scottish Nanna said...

They are gorgeous you are so lucky having them in your garden.
Hugs Mary.

Granny said...

The most beautiful art is the art God creates. I love the tree. I don't think Tulip trees grow here so I'll just have to enjoy yours.

Cora from Hidden Riches said...

Wow!!! They are just beautiful!!!! I was going to ask what kind of tree that was, but someone said a tulip tree???? I wonder if they grow and bloom like that here in Florida???? That was just magnificant!

Michelle said...

BEAUTIFUL!!! Amen to God's handiwork!

Susannah said...

Simply stunning!!!!

Karen said...

they are so beautiful! I am watching it snow! Suppose to get 5-8 inches! God is just reminding us That are sins are like scarlet but are now washed white as snow.

Darla said...

The Japenese Magnolia aka Tulip Trees are so beautiful...yesman we have them all over Tallahassee...

Needled Mom said...

Gorgeous, Val. It is beginning to look like spring there.

PEA said...

Oh how absolutely beautiful! I had never seen a tulip magnolia tree until last year when we were in Niagara Falls and they had a few of them in the Botanical Gardens. Gorgeous!! Spring is nowhere to be seen over here, we have so much snow and there's more on the way starting tonight. Supposed to have a snowstorm overnight...ICK! I'm sure I have tulips and daffodils starting to grow...underneath the snow! lol xoxo

garden lady said...

OH... How pretty. We have a tulip magnolia, but here in Ohio it is still looks like bare sticks.... I want flowers !!!