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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Rednesday

I haven't visited in a while but am glad to be back!Today is Rednesday sponsored by Sue at It's a very cherry world. Come join us and visit as many as you can.
I am going to post the beautiful and different shades of red that Spring flowers give us each year. I have a beautiful red azalea at my walkway....

Red tulips from Mothers yard...

One of the huge redtip bushes in front of my house...

and the prettiest one of all.... Mother's camelia bush. This picture makes a great desktop background!

Enjoy and happy Rednesday!

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9 comments:

Angela said...

My azalea's are just starting to grow their leaves, not even close to flowering..lol. Beautiful pics..loving them!

kim said...

Love all your red shots and aren't caricatures fun to have done.

~~Carol~~ said...

That's such a great shot of the inside of the tulips, which are just as pretty as the outsides! And I don't know if I've ever seen a camellia bush in person. The flowers sure are lovely, and I bet they have a nice scent too!
Happy REDnesday!
Carol

Diann @ The Thrifty Groove said...

They are allso beautiful! I am so jealous that you have such bloomimg beauties already! I have one little tulip that popped up but refuses to open. :)

Rita Kent at TesoroFino.Com said...

Thank you for sharing sweetie. We were on the same page this week with the colors of nature and Spring. Do stop by; great minds think alike!

Mary said...

Hi Charlotte,
I love Camelias...and Azaleas. The red tipped bush reminds me of tea bushes (camellia sinesis). Happy REDnesday~

glor said...

What beautiful pictures. You certainly have captured the essence of nature.

SueLovesCherries said...

Charlotte, thanks so much for the pretty flowers! I've never met a flower that I didn't like!

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Oh such lovely colors. I have many azaleas but none in red. Love the camellia too. I think our last one just fell off our large bush. Thank you for sharing.