We have yet to get the forsythia blooms out. There is a Czech nick name for it, translated to English as Golden Rain :o)
Hi Mary, I love your header shot...your forsythia bush looks great! I went out to take a pic of my forsythia...but no yellow...
So that's what its called. I'm not too good with naming flowers.
Beautiful yellow flowers and bush!
Glad to see your neighborhood has a lot of yellow! Enjoy the day...
Beautiful! I love the forsythia lining the Northern Parkway too. Have you seen them?
It's all soooooooo Mimosa!! and sooooo beautiful.
It's so nice to see blooming flowers...lol and green green grass. Something we don't have yet, but would if it would stop snowing. UGHS.
Oh so pretty .. I never saw daffs planted like that, I like it!
Both photos are beautiful, especially the daffodils. Happy Monday!
Beautiful yellow choices I can almost smell them.....
That is one huge bush of Daffodils!What a Beauty!
we got nothin in this neck of the woods, still pretty chilly.
Lovely! That forsythia bush is gorgeous. Two of mine have bloomed and are turning green already.As to the crosses in my Easter post - a Bernard Coffindaffer of WV having been reborn dedicated the last nine years of his life erecting these crosses down interstates here in WV and eventually they were placed in over 29 states.
wow! what a lovely daffodils you have love your header too, beautiful..
Oh, my...this yellow is all amazing..xo bj
You obviously live in a great neighbourhood! Your header shot is gorgeous too.
red tuesdays,yellow mondays, mauve sundays, i guess a photographer has to be clor cordinated, i once wore a green shirt with black pants, with a blue tie to my mormon church
your whole blog is mellow yellow! ;)I love the yellow trees
Great shots! Our forsythia will be a few more days before it qualifies as mellow yellow.
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