Signs of Spring

Spring Beauty – Dogwood Blossoms in Full Bloom

One of my favorite Signs Of Spring would be the white and pink flowers on the Dogwood trees in Atlanta. This one was entirely too special to jealously guard – so I knew that I must share it with you all (that is Southern for “each of you” ….).

Yes, Wade took this photo, and it has absolutely NOTHING to do with food – well, maybe a bee or bird would argue that they could create some sort of Kitchen Invention from it’s pollen – so for the sheer beauty of the bloom, I share this with you today.

Happy Healthy Thursday to you all. Take a moment to savor the season.


About Our Kitchen Inventions

Inspired by travels to Italy, cooking with fresh ingredients, sharing our Kitchen Inventions dinners with friends, and enjoying good wine. Photography and cooking are the main focus for our site. Please stop by Wade's website to enjoy more of his works of photography.
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2 Responses to Signs of Spring

  1. JoAnn Cauthen says:

    Dear Ones! We have just gone through the death of our beloved Jim Crabtree
    who gave so much to his family, friends, and community. We sucessfully
    harnesed the energy through tears to produce Spring Fever in the Garden without
    our dear Sue and Fred, Andy, Tabitha, Lorie (his Mother, Father, brother, daughter
    in law Tabitha and Lorie, daughter in law and Jim’s cherished wife. All 120 women
    of Bloom and Grow Garden Society are truly the epitomy of Steel Magnolias and
    this effort proved it for sure.
    Thank you for ALL your Kitchen Inventions, and this one especially, for Wade,
    your Maternal Grandmother (Grandma Watkins) chose the Dogwood as her very
    favorite flowering tree. As a child, I delighted in her enthusiasm when Spring came
    and she enjoyed the magnificent blossoms.
    Please make me a print of that shot and blow it up to a proper size for framing and
    enjoyment, while remember her.
    Love you both, Mama C 🙂 Keep ’em comin’ xoxoxxo


    • So sorry that Jim is gone….we are thinking of you, and sending our love your way to share with your friends during this time. I hope the picture served to brighten your day and think of us far away! Love you, Susan


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