Spring is coming to our farm, despite violent protests from the wind and wildly swinging temperatures. To prove it, I’ve collected a few glowy snapshots of the beautiful flowers my mom is growing right now that I wanted to share with you guys.
Enjoy a colorful dose of spring joy!
Our dining room has been filled with anemone bouquets for the past little while. This one is just about ready to pop.
Here’s a cute little daffodil peeking shyly through the leaves.
We’ve also been enjoying bunches of tulip bouquets. Isn’t this white-and-pink-striped kind gorgeous?
These yellow pansies remind me of the crinkled crepe paper streamers we used to hang up for birthday parties in our house.
Tulip buds look so elegant when they’re closed and poised like this.
Here’s an accidentally-abstract photo featuring the tips of curved tulip leaves. I love the colors here! The silvery green and pink go so nicely together.
I also got some pictures of the indoor bouquets we have. The plant stand in the foyer always catches lots of light in the morning – perfect for sunlit flower photography!
So glowy, ah!
These purple anemones + the green fern make my heart happy. 🙂
Switching gears now to another little photoshoot I took one evening as the sun was about to go down. I couldn’t resist capturing these daffodils in the last light.
I might use this one as a phone wallpaper… Feel free to use my photos for your lockscreen/wallpaper if you so desire!
More tulips! These blooms are as spiky and bright as flames.
I LOVE THE LIGHT HERE AHHHH. So cozy and warm and beautiful.
I had to get one last photo of the flowers with our house in the background. Love this one!
Welp, that’s it for now. I loved taking and editing these pictures, and I hope you guys enjoyed looking through them too. Spring blossoms definitely brighten my day; I hope they brightened yours!
What flowers are blooming where you live? Which of these pictures was your favorite?
Thanks so much for reading, my friends, and have a lovely day!
P. S. Photos taken with my Nikon D7200 and a 50mm lens. Edited with Lightroom.