31 thoughts on “First lilac

    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. You are very lucky, because the smell of lilac is simply amazing. It is a pity that the flowering of lilacs is very short.

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  1. v. anastasi

    When you’re able to transfer the power of the SMELL and the image, let me know. I’ll admit, I’m jealous. For us here in Western, PA, it’s the end of the tulip and daffodil season. These images have been rejuvenating to experience vicariously!

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. I’m sure I can’t do it now and most likely never. This spring in Boston is very amazing, because magnolias and daffodils, tulips and cherries, lilacs of different colors are blooming almost simultaneously. I even found a few lilies of the valley already.

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      1. vovazinger Post author

        Thank you. I hope I can find something worth photographing and sharing.

    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thanks a lot, Elvira. Lilacs always have very amazing colors, but this one was just stunning.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. I just have a desire to find something interesting to photograph.

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  2. vovazinger Post author

    Thanks a lot Cheryl. You’re absolutely right. The smell was just amazing, not intrusive and very pleasant.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. Here at Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, there are so many lilacs and so many varieties that it’s hard to decide which one is best and which one to photograph.

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