Gunilla's photo blog
The hills in my part of Wales are covered in bright yellow gorse at the moment, similar to forsythia, in colour at least.
Thank you, Linda! That must be a wonderful sight.
Sunny bright pictures enjoy me on a rainy day :-)
Thank you, Mascha! I'm glad you enjoyed them.
Beautiful Forsythia Gunilla, great yellow colouring.
Thank you, Bob!
En oikeastaan tiennytkään, että Forsythia kukkii noin komeasti Suomessa.Vaikka onhan sillä suomenkielinen nimikin...Ihanan keväiset kuvat. :)
Kiitos, Sara! Onnenpensas on kaunis. Piti tarkistaa suomenkielinen nimi, en tietenkään muistanut sitä,
Such pretty photos! I always look forward to the forsythia blooming.
Thank you, Denise! It's one of my favorites in spring.
Love the sunny yellow of forsythia blossoms!
Thank you, Tina! That's why I love them as well.
Thank you, Theresa!
Hello Gunilla,Beautifully Forsytia, the color is superb.Best regards, Irma
Thank you, Irma!
Gorgeous! Forsythia has always been one of my favorites!
Thank you, Marie! It's one of mine as well.
Hi Gunilla - sorry just one comment post for all of your lovely blog posts I just finally got through. The blooming flowers and buds and moss are absolutely stunning as always! I can't thank you enough for sharing your lovely area and plant and oh yes, "pony"life.
Thank you very much! It's always interesting to see what's happening around the world, isn't it?
Always been one of favourite spring bloomers!
Thank you, Karen! I love the bright sunny colour.
Oh ja, deine Fotos sind schön. Bei uns ist sie schon verblüht.LG Mathilda ♥
Vielen Dank, Mathilda! LG Gunilla
They are like sunshine breaking through the clouds! I really like your photos!
Thank you very much, Fabol!
Gorgeous specimen...especially close up♪
Thank you, Laurie!
Lekker busk som jeg mangler her i hagen, men det kan jeg jo gjøre noe med :-)) God uke!
Tack ska du ha! Ha ett skönt veckoslut.
Forsythia - I would recognize them anywhere, because when we lived in Holland, we had a bush of these flowers, first to bloom in the year. Beautiful macros, Gunilla!
Thank you, Jesh! They're very pretty bushes.
Preciosas flores amarillas.Un abrazo,
Thank you, Miguel!
Love the cheerful yellow color!
Thank you, Linda! The colour is like sunshine.
Love these bright yellow blossoms.
Thank you, Pat! The colour is wonderful.
Always very nice to see these yellow flowers. Your photos are very nice, Gunilla!Have a Beautiful Day!Peace :)
Thank you very much, Chandra! Have a great weekend.
Vakkert gult.Ha en deilig dag.Mormor
Tack, Mormor! Ha en fin helg.
No nyt tuli vastaan kukka jota en tunnistanut. Upea keväinen aurinko!
Kiitos, Katinka! Mukavaa viikonloppua.
They are so lovely!Thanks for dropping by :)
Thank you, Lina!
Our daughter's name is Cynthia and when she was little she thought this flower was called'For Cynthia'. So that is what we have always called it, even half a century later )))). It is such a beautiful early spring color.
Thank you, Sallie! That's wonderful, you never forget special things like that.
Å. är det som som är Forsynthia. Vackra är dom. :)
Jaaaaa ....... I am really always very happy when I see Forsythia flowers. The flowers themselves are very playful and beautiful yellow color makes you really happy :-)
Thank you, helma! They always make me happy as well.
Dearest Gunilla; Oh, sweet lovely yellow 'Forsythia flowers'♡♡♡ Never knew this flower, thank you very much for introducing us♪ And Sallie's comment warms my heart. Sweet memory with flower.Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in Finland, xoxo Miyako*
Thank you, dear Miyako! Many, many hugs to you.
Such a happy yellow flower. Tom The Backroads Traveller
Thank you, Tom! The colour reminds me of sunshine.
Forsythian är en riktigt vacker blomma/buske. Jag har den i min trädgård. Tyvärr lite ranglig. Kanske måste klippas ner något år... Eller köpa en ny som får växa och gro. Fina bilder.
Tack ska du ha! Min buske är också ganska ojämn, men tillsvidare får den hållas.
Such a sure sign of early spring in temperate climates. I have not seen any here in Florida. Perhaps they need the cold winter to allow them to survive and bloom.
Thank you, Kenneth! That's possible. Many of the species come from China, Korea or Japan.
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