'Come into the light of things, let nature be your teachers.'
~ William Wordsworth
|Boulevard in Gloucester MA .|
(flower planting done by volunteers)
Flowers in 'Glosta' on Cape Ann MA
( a closer shot)
We are sharing with: Our World Tuesday.
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That's a lot of flowers. You have some hard working volunteers!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful colourful tulips.ReplyDelete
That's really beautiful, great job volunteers!!!ReplyDelete
volunteers did great job...ReplyDelete
I love the flower gardenReplyDelete
So beautiful, that's a lot of work. A big thank you to those who volunteer and make the world look prettier!ReplyDelete
What a great reason to thank volunteers!ReplyDelete
I am reminded of visits to Holland, Michigan ... tulips, tulips, tulips ... a brilliant welcoming of spring.ReplyDelete
The flowers are cheerful.ReplyDelete
Wow! This is so pretty.ReplyDelete
Been to Gloucester but not during tulip time. Love the fisherman statue.ReplyDelete
Such a lovely arrangement of flowers by the volunteers! Beautiful shotsReplyDelete
That looks a lovely lot of flowers that have been planted ...ReplyDelete
Well done to all the volunteers.
All the best Jan
Great photographs! It has been decades since I've been to Gloucester. Thank youReplyDelete
well kept public area for going for a stroll 😀ReplyDelete
Flower displays are so cheerful, I think our world needs more.ReplyDelete