Spring flowers will soon be blooming in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
A new unique image has been added to the gallery for viewing or for purchase. Remember,
A new unique image has been added to the gallery for viewing or for purchase. Remember, watermarks are not on purchased art. It is available in various sizes as a print, framed and matted print, canvas, metal, acrylic, wood, as well as a number of other items. Click the picture or the link in the caption.
Spring is almost upon us. As the days get longer and the weather warmer, the grasses will grow, the trees will start to bud up, and best of all, Spring flowers will start to bloom.
Colorful Flowers in the Blue Ridge Mountains
Because the Blue Ridge Mountains are higher in altitude, spring starts a little later. However, the trees will surely bud, the grasses will grow, and the colorful flowers will certainly be everywhere you look.
This new one-of-a-kind painting was created from a photograph. The original photo was taken in Doughton Park which is a popular area along the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina.
Colorful Flowers of Spring
The Blue Ridge Parkway is a beautiful drive in spring. The many colors of the season are everywhere to be found: in the trees, on the ground, and along the side of the road. The great thing about the parkway is most of what you see is wildflowers. What you see is what grows there naturally. No manicured and designed landscaped. You will often see fields full of flowers of a single color. At other times you will see clumps of many types of flowers and many colors mixed together.
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