Every April, Honor Heights Park in Muskogee, Oklahoma comes alive with color. The park consists of 40 acres with 30,000 blooming trees and shrubs and includes 635 varieties of azaleas. Last weekend, the blooming trees were at their peak and the azaleas were just starting to bloom. It was a nice, less crowded, but still pretty time to visit. This weekend the azaleas will likely be in full bloom, and there will be crowds and crowds of people enjoying the mass plantings of varying colors. We all seem to rush through life, and it's good to stop and enjoy nature. Here are my better pictures.