Theologically, Easter is about the Resurrection. I enjoy that the world of flowers has its own death springing into life this time of year, too. Today Snug and I went out to see how the resurrection was doing in the botanic world today.
Snug seemed happy to go!
A neighbor nearby has a lovely tulip bed:
Elsewhere, this tulip attracted my attention:
Here it is, upright:
Here is this tulip in the company of the other tulips in its bed:
I enjoyed these poppies growing in the midst of this rose bush:
This one seemed the most happy to have risen:
It's the fourth round of the Masters today, but you don't have to go to Augusta National to see a fiery azalea:
I admired this simple step leading to more steps and on to the porch:
Silver Valley Girl recently posted, here, about her love of lavender. I took a couple of lavender shots for her: