Tuesday, March 24, 2009

spring awakening

it's been a long winter of gray days, salty streets, and frozen earth. But here, finally, is Spring!


a sea of daffodils on 16th


flowering plum on V Street


the year-round tulips of U Street


Cherry blossoms at the corner of U and MLK


the MLK snowballs: Bradford Pears in full bloom


forsythia on Pleasant Street


the bud before the bloom...


a new street tree, its leaves yawning and stretching to life


even the weeds (and the bugs) are waking up


more cherry blossoms, just below Cedar Hill

Thanks to all who have beautified the neighborhood with flowers, trees, and dirty fingernails. It's what keeps us coming back.

photos by DG-rad

5 comments:

Eden said...

Wow, great plant photos!! Can't wait till we have that much color in Connecticut.

Debutante said...

Beautiful!

Sunny Florida Avenue said...

Thanks so much for the beautiful pics, really gets me motivated to use my $50 tree rebate from Casey Trees!

Tim said...

great photos. i am SO ready to throw the winter stuff in the back of the closet.

Mel said...

Great shots. Anacostia is still beautiful.