01 May 2010

may day 2010

the first day of may and i had to hunt for a mayflower (which april showers bring!) to photograph. they've almost gone by, which is very unusual for this time of year. it took me fifteen minutes in a pretty big patch to find this lone flower. it smelled heavenly, though! happy may day!

19 comments:

Leslie, Lemon Sweet Life said...

Happy May Day!!

Californian said...

Thank you for the post on the May Day. Happy May Day. The flower is lovely.

Linda Chapman said...

Thank you for sharing your May Day flower! I always look forward to your posts!

FabuLeslie said...

Lovely!

Lynne said...

May Day here is the beginning of the last month of autumn. We had a cool morning, clouds, drizzle, sunshine in the afternoon, dew, and fog in the night-time! Fortunately we don't live in an area where it snows, or we may have tried for that too!! LOL

Kay said...

Happy May Day! snowed here!

Topic said...

I always like flowers and description of nature.

Marcus Hades said...

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Naturedigital said...

Lucky you found it.
Happy Mayday.
Costas

the art of graphite said...

Once again a beautiful photo, thank you for sharing your day with us.

Nora said...

Happy May Day! There are plenty of flowers here.

Tabor said...

The sweet and hidden fragrant ones are always the best flowers.

A Write Life said...

What a precious little thing. Too beautiful. Happy May to you.

Heather said...

I have nominated you for a Sunshine Award! http://fabulousfatchick.blogspot.com/2010/05/sunshine-on-sunday.html

Simply Mags said...

Beautiful photos! Thank you for sharing!

Weird_Psychosis said...

Sweet may flower. Its been so long since i last saw a may flower. Thanks:-)

Lily Wideaux said...

Beautiful photos, please see some of my own on my blog

(http://www.bmfessentials.blogspot.com)


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tabirname said...

Thank you for the post on the May Day. Happy May Day

halfpint said...

Mayflowers are plentful where Im from and are defenitly an beautiful flower for its simpicity

a thing of nature