Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Turning Pink


It's mid-summer and Selma neighborhoods are turning pink with crape myrtle blossoms, especially since some much needed rain on Sunday and Monday.

6 comments:

The Texican said...

I just love cities in the Old South. Sorry we didn't make it to Selma on our Southern tour this year. Maybe when it gets cooler. Pappy

Rambling Round said...

Hey Pappy. As you know, cooler is definitely better in the Deep South! Thanks for cyber visiting.

Jacob said...

Gorgeous home. Our crepe myrtles are blooming now, too. Finally!

Virginia said...

My thoughts too. I have to get some crape myrtles before I leave for France on THursday. I"ve got to hurry. They are my favorite by far. Lovely shot today.
V

Jim K said...

Crepe Myrtles are always beautiful in bloom. We had a huge one in our backyard that finally got to tall and fell over.

Nikki Beaumont said...

Janet, wow, what a beautiful house! I love it when it seems to snow crepe myrtle blossoms! Aren't crepe myrtle's so pretty with their smooth bark? Their trunks remind me of graceful doe legs, but that sounds silly. Oh, well.