Friday, March 23, 2012

Spring


It's not as hot today as yesterday but yesterday's heat has caused spring to bust out all over Toronto. This Forsythia is cascading over the lovely stone wall that surrounds Casa Loma and as I was walking along I could see that the daffodils are all out on the hill that runs up behind this wall. I love spring!

22 comments:

Sandy said...

How fun! I love spring too. Have good one!

LĂșcia said...

It's my favourite season too, I'll have to wait untill September... :(

Lowell said...

A wonderful find and a wonderful photo...full of joy and life!

Deb said...

Yes, spring has sprung, at least in the northern Hemisphere. Hurrah!

Paul in Powell River said...

Nice shot of the wall, and I see the Daffodils in the background. If your weather continues you may catch up to the coast!

Gemma Wiseman said...

I was looking for your Signs post - didn't find it - and instead stumbled on this beautiful cascade of yellow on the lovely stonework! What a wonderful sight!

La Principessa Errante said...

Absolutely stunning. Love the compliment of the daffodils to the forsythia.

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, so unfair of Toronto to have greenery. We have none. We had a mini-blizzard this afternoon, and now we have light snow. There's no telling how it will be by the time we have to leave for the Calgary airport tomorrow. But when we get to California, I'll get some spring photos!

Kay, Alberta

NixBlog said...

Lovely photo, Pat. I'm glad Spring has finally sprung in your part of the world. We have the yellows of autumn to enjoy now!

hamilton said...

The forsythia always is so cheering. And this one looks very nice next to that stone wall.

Regina K said...

I do like how the forsythia is falling over this wall. beautiful. I love spring too!

Jack said...

A cascading forsythia? How unusual.

Shirley said...

Wow! Toronto is so much further ahead than Edmonton! We just got a dump of snow which took a fair bit of shovelling but the week ahead is forecasted to be in the double digits! Goodbye snow!

Randy said...

Wonderful Spring color.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It looks gorgeous Red, especially when you bring it in a little closer. I think this is why yellow is such an 'uplifting' colour, it's like the start of something new and fresh!

llandudnopictures said...

Fantastic... an explosion of colour!

Steffe said...

Hurrah for spring.

Birdman said...

The forsythias are breaking out south of us too. What an early spring for us too.

Sharon said...

It's like a waterfall of color!

JM said...

This is wonderful!

Halcyon said...

Beautiful! We are not getting any kind of blooming yet in my next of the woods. But the grass is greener. :)

EG CameraGirl said...

Forsythia is blooming in my yard too, which is such a shock because it never blooms this early and some years it doesn't bloom at all! (East Gwillimbury is a growing zone colder than Toronto.)