March Blossoms

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‘March Blossoms’

Bidding adieu to these lovelies that adorned our street and our apartment compound over the past few weeks. They are all but gone but the memories still remain. Sorry, I know its a wordless post but thought I’d just share how much I’m missing these flowers!

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9 Comments
  • Rajlakshmi

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    Spring is definitely the most beautiful time of the year. Beautiful capture.

    • Esha MD

      Thanks for the appreciation. Rajlakshmi. Spring is beautiful everywhere, but in your part of the world, it is absolutely spectacular, as compared to many other places.

  • Bellybytes

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    Ah Esha I can imagine how sad you must feel seeing the last of the flowers. I too love these beauties

    • Esha MD

      Thanks, Sunita. Yes, these flowers are back again in September/October and I always wait for them to fill up the branches once again, even if only to bring some colour into our lives for a while.

  • Shilpa Gupte

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    These do look lovely, and also so delicate! Flowers do add some much-needed charm to city life, don’t they?

    • Esha MD

      Of course, Shilpa. LIfe in the cities is so drab and boring with concrete structures everywhere. Even Bangalore is fast losing every inch of green spaces slowly and surely. These flowers bring in some relief to the greyness all around. Yes, they are very delicate as well. They are a sight to see when they fall off and are strewn all over the roads like a pretty pink carpet all around.

  • Parul Thakur

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    I can’t tell you how much I am in love with these flowers. It’s so beautiful and everytime I look at these flowers, I am happy. Sometimes I wonder what will happen if I move to a city were cherry blossoms would bloom 🙂
    I will take part next week, Esha.

    • Esha MD

      Yes, I can see that, Parul. Your photos of the Cassia’s are proof that you love these as much as I do. The pics you had put up were so lovely! To answer your question—Cherry blossoms will remind you of Bangalore, then, no? 🙂 Eagerly, looking forward to your participation next week, Parul.!

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