22 March 2011

Wordless Wednesday

drained
aging
receding snow, new growth
last year's prickly pear
last year's veins

12 comments :

  1. The acorn and leaf shot are the awesomest. =] I wonder if any acorns were on the ground?

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  2. That last photo is just stunning!

    It was time to change to a more spring like banner I thought :)

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  3. spring emerges slowly, calling for us to be mindful and patient. snowing here today.

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  4. Those perfect little acorn cups! And the lace of that leaf!

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  5. Nice to see a little spring coming to the higher elevations. Here...just rain. Lots and lots of rain.

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  6. I'm so ready for spring! You've uncovered all the signs that it won't be long, now.

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  7. These are great shots, you must have been there for ages to get them! The first one is intriguing, could a number of things hanging out on that branch!

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  8. the first shot...that´s teh acorn, right. I have a habit of picking them and have them in my pocket. I choose a size that fits the tip of one of my fingers. Do you know they are very smooth inside? Try it. I think you will like it. I have a small one I picked years ago. it looks a litle like a mockasin.

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  9. Great photos. I really like the acorn shot (or the acorn-caps) and the one that looks like a close-up of a cactus.

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  10. My mouse wandered, all by itself, around your blog and landed on the picture of the empty acorns...it highlighted the word---drained.
    Wow. That peeked my interest to see what your other pictures, today, said about themselves. Aging and last year's veins.
    Beautiful pictures...thoughtful art.

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  11. Stunning pictures ... every single one is a masterpiece!

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