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Here you will find an amazing collection of spring pictures created by professionals from around the world. There are classical spring images as well as high-resolution spring photos to choose from.
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The spring photos in this section are breathtaking. These depict professional landscaping as well as nature's finest displays. These will encourage you to plant a bulb garden and to grow some flowering trees.
The first photo shows a window opening to a garden in springtime with trees blossoming, flower beds blooming and wildflowers in the lawn. This is the classical spring image after a winter with cabin fever.
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Many of the photos above were taken at the Keukenhof Gardens in the Netherlands, the most famous spring garden in the world. It is only open for two months of the year and a million visitors line up to see the plantings which include over seven million tulips and 80 acres of flowers.
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The exotic daffodil collection featured to the right will bloom for two full months in your garden or on your patio in containers.
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This exotic Spider Lily Daffodil is a true work of art.
Pictures of Wildlife in the Spring
Spring is when many animals leave their winter hibernation and emerge as spring renews the landscape. Insects, especially bees and butterflies, come out of hiding to pollinate flowers and trees.
The pictures below show a variety of wildlife interacting with the season.
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Spring Pictures in Paintings and Stained Glass
This section has pictures from a variety of artists.
Several of the featured paintings were made by John William Waterhouse. Waterhouse was an Italian painter who was born in 1849. Later, he moved to England and worked among the Impressionist painters of his day. His pictures are among the most famous depictions of spring.
The painting below shows a young, barefoot woman picking the first wild narcissus of the season.
Six more of John William Waterhouse's paintings are presented below.
In this painting, Waterhouse depicts one of the most famous spring poems: Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May by Robert Herrick.
In the Waterhouse painting below, notice the spring winds blowing the young girl's hair and dress as she gathers wildflowers. In this picture, there is also a young almond tree in bloom.
In the painting below, Waterhouse shows Shakespeare's Ophelia lying down among the pansies, daisies, pheasant's eyes and forget-me-nots from the famous scene in Hamlet.
In the painting below, English artist Theodore Blake Wirgman gives his interpretation of Robert Herrick's famous poem. In this picture, Wirgman captures the true meaning of the poem which is about finding love in one's youth. Spring is often noted as the season of love.
Franz Xaver Winterhalter (1805 – 1873) was a German painter known for his portraits of royal families. Here, he portrays spring as royalty with a crown of wildflowers
Alphonse Mucha was a Czech painter who was fond of creating pictures of spring. Many of his works below are on display at the Mucha Museum in Prague.
These last two spring paintings show young girls dancing in the wind and playing in a blooming apple orchard.
This collection of spring images represents the icons of the season: trees and bushes in blossom, flowers, lambing season, birds nesting and love blooming.
The three images below show apple trees blooming. In Europe and America, it is rare to find a rural home without at least one apple tree. These blossoming apple trees are iconic spring images.
Spring is also lambing time in many parts of the world. British artist J. Thwaite Irving shows this in his painting below. Notice that the trees give a clear indication that the painting represents spring.
This spring image shows love is in the air. Notice the spring blossoms on the trees, the wildflowers in the grass and the newborn lamb with his mother.
Below are two spring images of rivers overflowing with water from the spring thaw of snowmelt.
The three images below are paintings of spring gardens.
Claude Monet was born in France in 1840. He was the founder of the Impressionist movement in art. He once remarked:
"I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers."
Below is his painting of a woman in a spring garden.
This last image is of birds nesting on a blooming tree branch.
This section of landscape pictures shows the panoramic views of the spring season. These graphics depict the earth's renewal from a frozen winter.