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Plum blossom.

In Kitano-Tenmangu-Shrine.


© Marie Eve K.A.





Prunus mume

梅  学名 Prunus mume


Count your life by smiles, not tears :-) John Lennon


prunus mume, weeping Japanese flowering apricot, 'Bridal Veil", j c raulston arboretum, ncsu, Raleigh, north carolina

梅  学名 Prunus mume


Pure Fragrance Mume trees

(Prunus mume 'Tainung No.1')

@ 中正紀念堂公園

CKS Memorial Hall Park.Taipei


Today was very special for me -- my first time out with my camera in 2 months after a long recovery from an infection that kept me mostly off my feet. Mixed in with the joy of communing with nature once again was a worry that I might have lost my edge. I pushed that thought away and simply enjoyed the morning. (Zuiko 50mm macro, f/3.5, 1/125 sec., ISO 200, open shade, handheld) Texture courtesy of Shadowhouse Creations


In the new Flickr, click anywhere in the image to see the large view on black -- or press "L" to "view in light box" (same thing).



バラ科サクラ属の落葉小高木で、学名は Prunus mume。英名は Japanese apricot。

京都御苑/Photo was taken in Kyoto Imperial Palace

9" x 12"

Arches 140#CP


It's been such an unusually warm winter. Already the temperatures are in the 40sF and dawn hasn't even broken. We're expecting to reach the high 60sF by this afternoon. The flower buds are swelling on most plants, and some have even been fooled into blooming. I watch the Prunus mume (flowering apricot) trees by one of our campus lakes as they dress our gray days in vivid pink blossoms, and I hope that if the weather is to be as mild as it's been, that perhaps THIS year, the fruits will survive any remaining winter winds, and I'll be able to make apricot preserves once more. It's been well over four years since any of their fruits have survived a winter.


Still, I know those folks in the north are tired of it, but I still would love a good snowfall. Somehow it just doesn't seem like winter without at least one dusting of white. Barring that, I am ever grateful for those folks who do have snow, like my friend Fran in Canada, generously share their white worlds with us. If I can't experience the softening silence of the white stuff, thank heavens I can vicariously share a bit of it through photos and paintings. Thank YOU again, Fran, for the inspiration and for allowing me to have a bit of snow this year through your photos and my painting of your marvelous world. Please see Fran's incredible flickr stream!! (


May your day be warm and wonderful -- sun, snow or rain!

ウメ (梅) Prunus mume





soon I'd be too poor to need an anti-theft alarm :-) Gina Rothfels




prunus mume, white Japanese flowering apricot, 'Big Joe', j c raulston arboretum, ncsu, Raleigh, north carolina

Rolleiflex 3.5E Type 2

Schneider-Kreuznach Xenotar 75mm/F3.5

Rolleinar 3

Fujichrome 64T

学名 Prunus mume


then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best :-)

Marilyn Monroe




pink flowering Japanese apricot, 'Peggy Clarke', j c raulston arboretum, ncsu, Raleigh, north carolina


Prunus mume ・・・Ume






putting taxes on things that haven't been taxed before:-) Art Buchwald




prunus mume, white Japanese flowering apricot, 'Big Joe', j c raulston arboretum, ncsu, Raleigh, north carolina

お散歩-515 木場公園の白梅 Ume-plum blossoms(prunus mume)

Japanese apricot, Kiba Park, Tokyo in Japan.



Explore highest position #95 Thank you!

absolutely, the sign of spring are blooming on these days.


Have a great weekend!

I have slight fever due to flu, so I cannot go to your photosream. Excuse me!:-((




ウメ(梅)- 朱鷺の舞(ときのまい)

Prunus mume

Japanese apricot


than back in 1964 :-) Roger Daltry


prunus mume, weeping japanese flowering apricot, 'Bridal Veil', j c raulston arboretum, ncsu, raleigh, north carolina



ウメ(梅、学名:Prunus mume)


Ai AF NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8D



Prunus mume

Japanese apricot

Carl Zeiss Planar T* 50mm F1.4 AEJ



Prunus mume

Japanese apricot



ウメ(梅、学名:Prunus mume)

Carl Zeiss Planar T* 50mm F1.4 AEJ


Prunus mume

椿  Camellia japonica


梅  Prunus mume



This shot is dedicated to Sue Zart who was (was????) a great Flickr friend for a while until she decided she should concentrate on her work. Clever decision. Reasonable decision. NO, IT'S A MUST decision!!!!!, I know that, I have known that and have thought about it all the time, but I am still here in the Flickr world, and upload one or two (or more) photographs everyday :-(


Sue, this is to show how much I admire you for your strong mind. I've been thinking of you. One day I would like to follow you :-))) (not a stalker!) xxx



This was taken while I was in Tokyo, using my Flickr friend, akialoha's Planar T* 1.4/50 ZE, not f1.4 now but f1.8. Still difficult to focus but I am getting more and more fan of this lens LoL.


Explore No.222 : #22

Front Page #18


Journal -- My front yard yesterday -- covered in snow. We're in for another few inches tonight ..... The ornamental grasses, pines and birches giving bits of color to the grey. The plunge back to freezing weather killed all the blooms on my Prunus mume (flowering apricot) ... I hope the fig trees survive ...

KOMURA 105mm F2


ウメ(梅、学名:Prunus mume)

Larger View On Black


Common Name : Ume

Species : Prunus Mume

Family : Rosaceae


Taken at the Bonsai House, Showa Kinnen Park, Nishi-Tachikawa.


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