Azalea Birdhouse #11226
In this Spring garden beside a house, a weathered birdhouse stands with the fresh colorful blooms of a pink azalea bush. Likewise, green leaves radiant with new life are very welcome to see too. The rustic wagon wheel and birdhouse are great garden props to have here, a perfect visual complement to the vibrant splash of color of this flowering plant.
This is a very happy and cheerful image because a pink azalea bush is one of the first colorful signs of Spring and always welcome! I always enjoy seeing this flowering plant every April which certainly lifts the spirits after the drab of March. Forsythia in bloom certainly does the same for me, along with the smell of honeysuckle.
Enjoy birds and all things Spring? Take a look at this nest of beautiful blue wren eggs here as Baby Blues #14739.
Location, Irwin, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Picture and story © Andrew Dierks
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