Traumhafte Bilder liebe Sandra...Herzlichst, Hans-Peter
Hello dear Sandra.The Magnolia tree is my most favorite of all blossoming trees.Unfortunately .. here where I live, It will not grow.. the climate is far too hot in the summer .They grow better in the north of Portugal.These are such magnificent photos Sandra.thank you for sharing them... they make me happywishing you a good weekend.val x
Beautiful Sandra! I love the pink, green and blue in the third shot!!Kate :}
So pretty. Lovely to see such a blue sky too, with the promise of more to come. Were these all 50mm shots? Have a good weekend, Sandra.
Stunning photos. Have a great weekend.June
You certainly speak the language of flowers, Sandra! These images are just so joyful. My favorite has to the last, "elegantly nonchalant". Beautiful and so well named! Happy weekend!
. . . and you can quite see why that is, in your beautiful photos. Happy Weekend.HugsSarn xxx
Magnolia's are certainly noble, what beautiful pictures, have a lovely weekend enjoying nature's majesty.Mary x
They have style - I like what they're wearing!
These are so gorgeous - I've never seen such a deep pink one. Around the corner from us is a magnolia simply covered in pale pink blossoms - it's glorious.In California, where I grew up, Magnolia was a different thing altogether. A very tall flowering tree, with large dark shiny leaves and scented, creamy blossoms that reminded me a tiny bit of gardenia (not the smell but the shape).Happy May! :)
Wow! These are all lovely! The pink against the blue sky is gorgeous!
What richly colored, elegant beauty you have to enjoy!!! Loving those pinks :)Enjoy your Mother's Day and the week ahead!
Sooooo beautiful! Enchanting images Sandra. And aren't magnolias against a blue sky just the most joyous things :)
Stunning pictures, beautiful pinkHugs x
oh my Sandra, you have honored these flowers so beautifully. my heart leaned in to embrace their beauty.
nice post spring flower..i love spring...
These are so beautiful, Sandra!