First signs

First signs of Spring | Cannelle et Vanille

Spring arrived in Seattle. Well, almost.

The cherry and plum trees blossomed overnight. We had sun and warmth… but we also had the rain and cold back. Even hail.

Flowers and blossoms popping everywhere even in hazy days can really lift my mood. Actually, I think somehow I prefer it that way. Beauty in the light and the dark.

I am working to share a citrus recipe soon. Be back soon.

Happy Spring.


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11 Responses to “First signs”

  1. Giulia says:

    How pretty! I have the extreme winter blahhs….we still have giant snowbanks, it’s snowing today and it was the coldest St.Patrick’s day in over 50s years, the coldest winter in over 20 years…we are breaking a bunch of records that I don’t really like :). Can’t wait for rain boots and cherry blossoms. Have a great weekend!

  2. Pang says:

    Happy Spring to you as well. I can’t wait for your next post. :)

  3. Shelby says:

    I’m so thankful that Spring is showing it’s colors at last… Can’t wait to see the cherry blossoms popping up over here on the other coast as well… Looking forward to what citrus inspiration you have in store!

  4. Rosa says:

    It has arrived here too and all the trees are in bloom!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  5. Kreetta says:

    Beautiful! Oh, I wish we had it too…but it snowed again today. My poor tulips. They grew 10 cm and then came the minus degrees back…I hope they will survive. Have a lovely weekend Aran!

  6. jade says:

    how lovely is this photo! sheesh!

  7. cheri says:

    Can’t wait to see your citrus recipe!

  8. Terry Taylor says:

    Beautiful photograph. We now spend our winters in the Palm Springs area, so I never get to see my camellia’s (in Portland, Oregon) bloom. Thank you for sharing.

  9. Cintia says:

    I love it, muy favorite season..Spring

  10. yelle says:

    so pretty! i am waiting for the jasmine to bloom on my fence outside. that’s when i know it’s spring. it’s light green and budding, so close!

  11. Kacie says:

    The varied nature of the PNW springs certainly keeps one on their toes! Sunny to pouring rain in five minutes…

    Kacie

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