Photo Essay || Flowering Plum Trees Grace Langley Streets for a Short Time

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PHOTO ESSAY BY MARSHA MORGAN
Whidbey Life Magazine Contributor
March 25, 2014

Spring has officially begun and we have flowers springing forth to prove it. At the same time, some are already leaving us, so here’s an attempt to keep them around a while longer.

tree-vert.M.MorganWe posted a few of these photos on the Whidbey Life Magazine Facebook page last week and they were so popular, we thought we should share them in this week’s FLASH also. They’re from photographer Marsha Morgan’s first assignment with us and we’re looking forward to more from her.

LangleyPlums7.M-MorganThese are the flowering plum trees along the north end of 3rd Street in Langley, just before Coles Rd. (And no, they’re NOT cherry trees, even though the blossoms are pink.)

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Comments

  1. Wow. Marsha outdid herself on these photos. They are really beautiful and give a true showing of what it has looked like around here. Thanks for sharing these.

  2. Sometimes, in the dark of winter, I think I’m not remembering how these trees look in the spring. Now I will have proof! Thank you, Marsha.

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