Spring Disk Cleaning and Azaleas

I have been meaning to clean up my photos for a while now. Like for two years. In my defense, we did move across the country. This week I am tackling the project and can’t believe how many shots there are. The 365 project didn’t help. But it’s been good for me to see my progress and to find forgotten photos. I’ll be sharing those for a while until I finish the clean-up.

From 2012:




I do miss this lavender azalea. I planted it the spring before we moved and hope it’s doing well. We have azaleas out here in California, but they tend to be white and kind of puny. That’s OK–we have plenty of plants to make up for it. The jasmine is just about to bloom!

Hope your week’s going well so far….


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12 Responses to Spring Disk Cleaning and Azaleas

  1. Really beautiful shots…lovely. I’ve been sorting out my hard drives, packed with pictures, editing out the chaff from the wheat. There’s a lot more chaff than I imagined:)

  2. Caroline says:

    I love these, love how those in the background make it look so mysterious, while these in the front are just so lovely.

  3. Susan says:

    Just about my favorite variety of azalea. I’ve got them in a large corner bed intermixed with other colors which seems to make them the ‘star’. Thanks doe sharing !

  4. Lovely! This color purple is so soothing.
    I don’t think we have any of these in my neighborhood. Do they have a notable smell?

  5. TBM says:

    These are stunning and soothing. Good luck with the project!

  6. These are gorgeous!! I wish we had them here in Cali. 🙂

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