Posted by: David Giacalone | May 1, 2018

May Day brings a breath of blooming beauty

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. . above: white magnolia trees in bloom at [L] St. George’s south lawn; and [R] Schenectady County Historical Society . .

A warm and sunny May 1st gave me my first opportunity to enjoy and photograph healthy arrays of blossoms in the Schenectady Stockade — at this point, mostly white magnolias on trees and cherry blossoms on a few neighborhood trees that traditionally bloom first. I’m pleased to see healthy buds on other cherry blossom trees that will sure be popping within another day or two of sun and warm temperatures, as well as pink magnolias on the verge, plus some red bud trees about to burst.

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above: cherry blossoms [L] on Front Street south of Lawrence and [R] at Union St. and Washington Ave. 

This slide show presents the first batch of 2018 Stockade Blossoms here at suns along the Mohawk.

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Responses

  1. Excellent work David!!..These are awesome! Greatly appreciated. God Bless!

    • Thank you, Scott, for taking the time to send some kind words. Enjoy Spring!


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