forsythia

By: Lesley

Apr 13 2012

Category: Oakville

19 Comments

Aperture:f/5
Focal Length:50mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/80 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

Behind this Bronte area fence, the forsythia is all abloom. The gate seems to be in a permanently open position.

Participating in Friday Fences

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19 comments on “forsythia”

  1. The forsythia makes the scene. 🙂
    It’s a big gate so I guess maybe it got tedious to always open and close. The fence and lightpost still make a lovely statement.

  2. Funny that we both have forsythia in our photos!

  3. It looks like the forsythia is just running wild….and I absolutely love it.

  4. This seems to have been a good year for forsythia!

  5. Ahhh another forsythia shot…beautiful

  6. Ironic that we have two Ontario photographers with forsythia one after another in today’s meme. Both are beautiful and I especially like this wrought-iron fence you have shared with us.

  7. the yellow forsythia makes it just pop!! love!! (:

  8. Forsythia behind the fence makes for a beautiful photo

  9. The forsythia adds a bright “smile” to the image. Good catch!

  10. i love the forsythia, the gate and that cute little cottage!

  11. The forsythia certainly do make the fence and lamp post pop out!

  12. Beautiful gold against that black fence makes a nice photo!

  13. Oooh, very very pretty! The fence, forsythia and the surroundings!

  14. I love forsythia! We once had a bush in our house in Holland. But I’ve never seen it this lush and sprawled out -so pretty! Have a great weekend!

  15. What a striking combo–the black fencing and freely branching forsythia. Forsythia is the perfect shrub to grown up against a fence, especially if it’s not trimmed into those tortured “gumballs”. What a graceful street/fence light. And I always wanted to live in a house where the roof had many angles such as this one.

  16. My second forsythia I have seen today behind a fence. I do really love the bright color.

  17. that’s a really beautiful place


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