Over the last couple of weeks, Pittsburgh transformed into a uniform grey and brown into an area bursting with color! Coming from Texas & Australia, I have never truly experienced spring in a four-season climate. As a result, I am equally fascinated by the daffodils, tulips, and flowering trees as I was with the snow not four months earlier!
Words can't describe the beauty, so here are some photos, taken with my phone.
This was actually taken on a backdrop of a very dark wall.
A white-blossom tree that was on the tail-end of its bloom and therefore the leaves were coming out
Tulips at an apartment complex!
A close-up of the white flowers. Some people have told me they're cherry blossoms.
White flowering trees lining North Craig street. This street is right by CMU and has a number of restaurants and coffee shops.
White flowering trees lining North Craig street.
Tulips by a white flowering tree that's near the end of its bloom. This is a house on Morewood, which is right by CMU
Beautiful pink blossom tree right outside the CMU Hunt Library
Closeup of the pretty pink blossoms
Closer closeup of the pretty pink blossoms