Monday, February 11, 2008

Jasmine on the Roof


DSCN1789, originally uploaded by schmidwix2.

Early February and spring has sprung.
Most of the year this is rather a dull, green droopy thing the cats hide behind and play with.
Now it bursts with yellow and scatters dried up petals like wedding confetti.

10 comments:

rochambeau said...

Dear Elizabeth,
Thank you for your spring blossoms. You Brighted my COLD day.
Sending you smiles.
Constance


Just figured out what I was doing wrong with Google!

Tracy said...

So beautiful! Seeing this loveliness made my Monday--thank you, Elizabeth! Happy week, my friend ((HUGS))

My Castle in Spain said...

Lovely and fresh! and CONGRATULATIONS for your mention in the National Geographic !!!!
Lala

Kate and Roger Skophammer said...

It is the coldest day we have had almost all winter and seeing your flowers, I can smell them and feel as if it is spring.

Have a safe trip to NYC! (I'm more than a little envious!)

Paz said...

I love jasmine!

Paz

Krimo said...

Enjoying your beautiful photos very much.

weirdbunny said...

I can't believe you have Jasmine in Marakesh ! It must remind you of Britian !

M.KATE said...

congrats on National geographic too :) and I really love Jasmine, though, this is my fav posting and flower

Mélanie said...

I love it . I feel like spring is here .
Right now in Provence, it is sunny but not warm

Vienna for Beginners said...

The same shrub is blooming here in Vienna, for a couple of weeks now. I mistook it for broom brush (ginestra, the Italians call it). For some reason, I knew only Jasmine with white blossoms!