May 2017 Photo of the Month - Spring


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The May 2017 Photo of the Month is now open for entries! The theme this month is Spring. Let's see what you've got!

The rules are as follows:
  • Please submit your photo in this topic
  • No more than one submission per member
  • The photo must be your own (but not necessarily taken in your own garden)
  • Entries should be made no later than 20th April
  • A poll will be released on 21st April to select the winning photo, and voting will take place until the end of the month
  • No discussion in this topic - you will have a chance to comment on the photos when the poll has been released
  • The winning photo will be announced on 1st May and the winning photo will be shown on the sidebar during the whole of May.

Good luck! (y)
 
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Spring "thyme"
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Just a quick note this month, as we've got a lot of new members on the site :D.

We only allow photo entries to be posted in the POTM submission threads (no comments), as it's just a place to submit photos and gets quite problematic if we've got lots of comments mixed in. On the 21st of each month, the submissions are added to a voting thread, where comments are very welcome indeed :).
 
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Spring in our part of the country is a very short one. We see Delonix regia [Gul Mohur] trees blooming. Many trees are planted as 'avenue trees' along the roadsides. This is a picture I took in April 2012 of one such roadside tree.
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