Sunday Picture Post: Spring Willows

Seldom Noticed Weeping Willow Catkins

04/04/2019

The seldom-noticed catkins of the Weeping Willow …

Pussy Willow in Flower

28/03/2019

Pussy Willow in flower …

Generic Willow 2

28/03/2019

Which willow is this? It could be one of many; call it Generic.

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26 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Spring Willows

  1. Humanity Lives On says:

    Nature is just so beautiful. – Cezane

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    • crimsonprose says:

      And so often overlooked. I confess, I had never noticed the catkins on the weeping willow until I focused on this one.

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      • Humanity Lives On says:

        That just makes me think about the number of things I personally may have overlooked whilst walking around outside. It is not easy to comprehend the beauty nature holds, the kind of beauty that holds the power to make us blind with both our eyes wide open, the little things that is. Loved these shots.

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      • crimsonprose says:

        I’ve always had a keen eyes for the beauty around me. But carrying a decent camera makes my hyper sensitive. Hey, you don’t carry that weight and not use it. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Violet Lentz says:

    As promised. I have actually never seen pussy willows in this incarnation. Just the little gray fuzzies..

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  3. I’ve never noticed them on weeping willows before either! Nice!

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  4. Thank you for sharing these photos! They are so lovely! โค

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  5. Dale says:

    Like Violet, I had never seen any pussy willows save the soft grey ones. These are very lovely!

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  6. I LOVE pussy willows!

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  7. Joy Pixley says:

    More catkins, hooray! Lovely photos. Thanks for the vicarious walk in nature.

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