Wednesday, May 22, 2013


Greene County, Virginia 

Like most everything else around here, the azaleas are a bit late blooming this year. Yesterday was summer-like, hot and a bit muggy. Even though summer does not officially start for a few more weeks, Memorial Day weekend traditionally kicks off summer here in central Virginia. The azaleas in our back yard are about bloomed out, but I found these azaleas blooming in the shade of a red-bud tree, a spring splash of color in the new summer green.


  1. Just another thing that helps make Virginia Virginia.

    1. When I lived in northern VA I used to go every spring to see the azaleas at the National Arboretum. They were spectacular. Have you been there?

    2. Not this year, but that gives me an idea . . .


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