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Friday, April 8, 2011

Forsythia vs Fence

And I think the forsythia is winning!

14 comments:

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

I haven't even seen any forsythia in bloom yet!

texwisgirl said...

wow! we get a lot of the trumpet vines doing the same thing in neighborhoods around here. :)

Carletta said...

It sure is!

Lois Evensen said...

A true sign of Spring. Yes, it is surely taking over that fence.

Tricia said...

i hope so!!! So pretty!!!

George said...

I agree that the forsythia is winning, but it is so pretty that I think it deserves to win.

Small City Scenes said...

And I am glad it is---winning I mean. Forsythia is blooming out here too---so cheerful. MB

Elaine said...

It looks like the forsythia is all that's holding the fence up! I've been catching up on the posts I missed while I was in Washington. I love the Parke County Courthouse, and that old brick building is very curious. You've been seeing some very interesting architecture recently!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

This brought a smile to my face...terrific photo, Rose!

don said...

I like the forsythia taking over the fence. Very nice shot. We have none blooming here as yet, but it won't be long now.

LauraX said...

looking forward to ours blooming in the coming weeks! Beautiful!

EG Wow said...

Looks like the forsythia is doing very well for sure. Forsythia is only marginal in my gardens. Some years it bloom and some year not.

MarieElizabeth said...

I love this shot! This would make a wonderful greeting card.

Mary said...

It makes a winning combination! Lovely!

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