My family has two dwarf peach trees we planed many years ago. Every year, the trees blossom pink flowers in the spring before growing leaves and producing peaches.
I like to take photos of the blossoms every year, mostly because they’re my favorite color, pink, and they remind me of cherry tree blossoms. (I’ve never seen cherry tree blossoms in real life. Just on TV and in photographs online.)
Here are some of the photos I took of the blossoms from 2013….
I used my Sony DSC-HX9V to take the photos. I also used my Canon PowerShot SX120 IS for other photos of the blossoms, but I didn’t include those photos is in this blog post.
That’s all for now! I might post more photos of the blossoms, but not for a while. All the photos are pretty, but I don’t want to spam you with post after post of peach blossoms. Also, some of these, and other photos not seen here, might end up on my DevantART page with prints available in the future. I’m still looking into other sites that sell prints of my photographs (and art in the future) that are not DevantART, but I haven’t settled on a site to use yet.