05 April 2011

Wordless Wednesday

sneak peak
crocus
almost there
indoor smile
mini smiles
aroma central
crystalized hummer
daffy on ice

22 comments :

  1. bulbs popping already! you are beating me! is that a frozen hummingbird ( garden stake, not a live one of course )
    your garden is much more clean than mine, too. Faythe @GMT

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  2. Spring is coming!!! Has it stopped snowing where you are?

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  3. great shots! Happy WW ahead!!! mine is up hope to see you around.

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  4. I love bulbs amazing they can withstand the ice and looks so fresh, the white(crocus?) is absolutely perfect!

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  5. LOVE these. It gives me hope. But is that snow on last one?

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  6. Thankyouthankyouthankyou for these lovely photos :)

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  7. Gorgeous pictures! I am truly "Daffy on Ice"! Ha, ha!!! Love it!

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  8. love these shots! Beautiful!

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  9. These are beautiful. The poor daffodil is great, struggling away to bring the spring. When does the weather finally turn round your way?

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  10. Definitely signs of spring.
    They are all beautiful, but I particularly like the first one with the shoots coming out from the rocks.

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  11. Such glorious colors and blooms. Happy WW and Happy Spring!

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  12. Snow yesterday, more comming. My tulips are up but not yet bloomed. The crocuses I planted last fall are just peeking above the ground. As long as the snow doesn't hang around, I'll be okay. I removed the snowflakes from the window because there were those who will remain nameless who thought that my snowflakes were attracting the snow.;)

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  13. Happiness? Is seeing the flowers through your lens. I love how they persist even through ice and snow.

    Spring is here!

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  14. The yellow center of the that flower made me think of an egg in bloom! PS. The snowflake is lovely! I put it in my studio, on my dark stained door, so I can see it sparkle.

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  15. Lovely pictures - though both the little bird and the daffodil look extremely chilly!

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  16. oooh, me want some purple flowers....

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  17. Oh what beautiful shots. I think the ice hummingbird is my favorite.

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  18. The true meaning of Spring!

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  19. Oh my, the beauty of spring. I love the peeking plants popping up around the rocks. That epitomizes the mountains for me.

    I was down in our city for the day yesterday, and saw how many bulbs were blooming. Wow!!!!

    You asked what lens I used for my pasqueflowers. Actually, I find that the macro setting on my point-and-shoot does better than any of my SLR lenses. I don't have a true macro lens for my SLR yet - that's in the future. There's a subtle quality to the SLR photos that I can't put my finger on - but I'd like to be able to use it for macros as well!

    I'm really falling in love with photography. Thank you for being such an inspiration.

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  20. these are really incredibly taken photos. i'm so exciting this week as my garden is finally starting to fill in as well...

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