No, not the powerpuff girl. {oh, I used to love that cartoon!}. We have a certain tree in our backyard that suddenly has an enourmous amount of sweet soft pink blossoms. As my mom is complaining about all the little pink leaves she will have to clean next week, I grabbed my camera and took some snaps of this rare event. {every  other plant in our garden is dead or just plain green}

There was this little spider building it’s web between some of the flowers. My niece named him Samson. 
To edit the photos I used the cross-proces effect, you can also find it in Picnik (free editor).
It’s one of my favorite effects.



  1. 19 April 2011 / 14:31

    omg im so trying that effect!

  2. 19 April 2011 / 14:49

    in love with those roses 🙂

  3. 19 April 2011 / 16:22

    What beautiful photos! I love a bit of lomo cross processing, the effects are so lovely and dreamy 🙂

  4. 19 April 2011 / 20:14

    So beautiful. I love these photos–especially the ones of the blossoms against the sky. I love watching them fall. So sad for whoever has to clean them up though 🙂

  5. 19 April 2011 / 20:14

    Stunning photos! I love spring!

  6. 19 April 2011 / 20:56

    SUPERmooie foto's! echt, wauw! 🙂

  7. 19 April 2011 / 21:09

    Lovely pictures! The cross process effect is my favorite on Picnik. I use it quite frequently 🙂 xoxo

  8. 19 April 2011 / 22:06

    Ooh je ziet overal om je heen bloesemfoto's ! Ik gebruik ook altijd Picnik, geweldige tool.

  9. 20 April 2011 / 04:50

    gorgeous photos! cannot wait for somethings to begin blooming here.

  10. 20 April 2011 / 09:16

    such beautiful photos!
    the sky looks so lovely and blue ha 🙂

  11. 20 April 2011 / 10:53

    so preeety, I'll have to try out that effect 🙂

  12. 20 April 2011 / 14:41

    Love those gorgeous pictures, cherry blossoms are such a fave of mine. And I love, love that effect, SO fab. xx veronika

  13. 20 April 2011 / 20:22

    these are totally beautiful. love the pink against the blue sky. looks dreamy. What kind of camera/ lens did you use?

  14. 22 April 2011 / 14:25

    Prettiest tree ever! I love these photos.



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