Today's Flowers: Chase Those Magnolia Blossoms

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On Easter Sunday, I went for a short walk in around Waterbury before church. At the corner of Church and Grand, I saw this beautiful magnolia in bloom outside the Chase Building, an architectural gem designed by Cass Gilbert.

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  1. wow that tree is packed, we saw some magnolias blooms in texas too they are beautiful

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  2. Nothing like new blooms and flowers to brighten a day, with thoughts of an arriving spring.

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  3. Beautiful blooms of spring...I feel renewed every year.

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  4. So beautiful! Our neighbor has one and it its gorgeous! To show you how early spring came to Seattle -- the blossoms on their tree are already gone!!! Hope you have a wonderful day, Sandy!

    Sylvia

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  5. So many things to be thankful for, all the beautiful creation that was given! Especialy the emptyness of the grave!

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  6. The blossoms are just so lovely!

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  7. oh wow not here too much freeze. sandy lovely

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous!

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  9. Fabulous!!!!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  10. The magnolia tree in our neighbor's yard hasn't bloomed yet. The one you found is lovely.

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  11. Gorgeous! Here are the magnolias blooming too.

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  12. I can barely believe how many flowers are on this tree! Gorgeous to see and against the creamy colored building.

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  13. Just think to be the one who works there and sees those Magnolias from their office window! Lucky, for sure!

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  14. Ah the magnolia, that magic!
    :-)
    Wonderful shot, thanks!

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  15. That is beautiful! It makes me want to go take a walk and see what evidence of spring I can find.

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  16. Magnolia trees are in full bloom in our neighborhood too.

    They are glorious..

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  17. From what I can see of it, it looks like a lovely building Sandy, and those are gorgeous magnolias. Thank you for sharing and have a great week.

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  18. Wow, beautiful and so many of them. The best thing about flowers is that they are outdoors and everyone can enjoy :)

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  19. Very nice photo.
    The flowers are beautiful

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  20. Wonderful Sunday!



    Aloha from Waikiki


    Comfort Spiral

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  21. Magnolias and lilacs scream "SPRING" much louder than any other blossoming tree or bush. So pretty in front of such a lovely building.

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  22. This magnolia really has a place for itself here. Very pretty indeed.

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  23. A garden classic. I like one like this with a bit of darker pink in them.

    I do think the Chase Building is beautiful and go back to a different era of design and construction.

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  24. The magnolia and the building are gems. A beautiful photo.

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  25. Sandy: We had a few trees bloom too early and have gotten burned from the frost. Yours are beautiful.

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  26. Anonymous3:07 PM

    It's so vibrant I can almost smell it from here!

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  27. Sandy, these magnolias are lovely! I love the colour of them!

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  28. Lovely magnolia. When they are out in spring, we are often on the road and driving around the backstreets of country towns to enjoy them in the old gardens . In cities of a few million, the lovely old gardens have long ago given way to high rises.

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  29. i've been waiting for spring to take photos of the flowers but i can't go out due to my boy...thanks for sharing this it made me see those great blooms

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  30. ah, that's what magnolia looks like. I've heard poems and songs referencing the blossom but haven't seen.

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  31. Aren't these amazing! A true sign of spring.

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