Those are just beautiful :)
woow, so beautiful . thanx for sharing :)
I found myself inhaling deeply, trying to catch a whiff of that sky and the blossoms that light it up.
Wow...those looks so beautiful!Have a nice weekend!
Warms me up just looking at them! I mailed Itai's stuff today!
How blue! Wonderful flowers and shot!
BEAUTIFUL!I love the little tinges of red and what wonderful light.
Absolutely gorgeous shot, Robin! Love the vivid blue sky and it is the perfect backdrop for those fragile blossoms! Great composition! Hope you have a lovely weekend!Sylvia
Spring! It's spring!
Wow, I love the contrast of the flowers against that bright blue sky. Thanks for sharing:)
Such a beautiful capture. It reminds me of our Spring here. Have a good weekend!
Great photo.It is way too early for apple blossoms here in the NC Mountains yet..but it will happens within a couple more months as we live right next to an Apple Orchard.
Has spring sprung?
They are gorgeous with the blue sky!
Pretty. We have almond blossoms, too, now, but our skies aren't quite that blue.
Very nice photo. Lovely blossoms so white and red tinged against such a pretty blue sky.
Aah...you have spring already? Just look at that blue sky. Love this shot, so full of life - makes me smile.
Wow so blue and gorgeous!I enjoyed so much. Have a wonderful weekend."SkyWatch"
Oh these blooms look absolutely wonderful against that blue blue sky as a background! Great shot!
Gorgeous blossoms. So pleasing to the eyes.
what an impossibly blue sky!
Just so pretty the way you have framed up the sky.
Your photo was like receiving a postcard from paradise. Cheers from snowy Minnesota!
Wow! What a sky!The blossoms are beautiful, but the sky is what catches my eye, and draws it to the rest.
Gorgeous! Wonderful detail and contrast between the white blooms and that amazing blue sky. It makes me long for spring.
We have sky too, just no flowers. : )
Beautiful! I just love this shot of the almond blossoms against the blue, blue sky! My husband grew up on an almond farm in the central valley of Calif, and we're still part owners of the almond farm, so I know that the coming month is very important for pollination of the blossoms. Are you having the same problem in Israel that we are having here, CCD (Colony Collapse Disorder)? That's where worker bees just abandon the queen, so the colony collapses and the bee population decreases dramatically. Very bad for all farmers!
Your so lucky! Wish it was me who going to Ein Bokek:-)Have still my photoblog http://spiderpics.blogspot.com/Hugs from cold Norway!
Ah, a breath of spring. It's going to be at least a couple of months until we see the blooming blossoms.
Perfect blue sky :)
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Thank you for the almond blossoms. They are beautiful.
Robin, I googled CCD and found an article from 4/09 that said scientists have found a parasite that was causing honeybee colony collapse and they were able to treat it successfully, so yay! http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/04/090414084627.htm
Gorgeous flowers! You've also composed the picture so beautifully!! It's rare to see such blue skies and beautiful flowers in my world here...Pixellicious Photos
What lovely pink blossoms against your clear blue skies!Hugs and blessings,
Robin, all I can say is more beautiful than Van Gogh's Almond blossoms, which coincidentally is the inspiration master piece I am making a jewelry piece for at Art Bead Scene this month. Just gorgeous!
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