Safe to say -- Michigan State University is at its very best in the spring. The colors pop, wafts of fragrance follow you around and it feels as though everything has put on its best dress to welcome in the warmth of spring. It was like spring prom for trees!
The magnolia trees outside the library are looking splendid.
The tree was huge and it was at its peak!
And so, too, were these lovely blossoms.
...and the red bud trees!
Of course you know I have a love affair with daffodills. Naturally I was thrilled to see this!
Oh, yes I was! Look at those happy faces!
Graduation robes have arrived and on this particular day students were taking photos in their graduation finery. They were everywhere, but this spot -- by the stadium with its Sparty logo -- seemed to be a favorite.
And for those who felt a bit lazier, there was time to snuggle down by the riverside.
I loved the magnolias near Beaumont Tower.
While I was there I was fortunate to hear a selection from "The Nutcracker" on the carillon.
And of course, I couldn't stop taking photos!
My walk ended at the MSU Museum. This greeted me at the back entrance.
And inside? Well, more on that one later! I live you with a bit more pink!
Just because I can!
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