That's some really good shots. Thanks for sharing.Lisa
I just couldn't help grabbing the camera - those beans sprouting in such unusual ways just blew me away!!
So fin to watch the earth wake up for Spring!I know how happy you must be!!
I sure am, I was able to wander around the gardens in my bathrobe this morning while I had my coffee - I just love starting my day that way!!
Those pictures would look beautiful in a sunroom. We're 72 today and 75 tomorrow, add a glass of wine and I'm doing the happy dance! I must be getting old when I look forward to the days when I can smell "dirt". Have a great weekend!
Ahhhhh if only I had a sunroom!! I love your idea of a good time - it's the very same as mine!!
Hooray! Isn't it fun to see everything coming to life before your eyes? It's amazing to me every single spring.
Love it so much, Melanie....it just makes my heart sing!
Lovely shots Deb! Great detail!
Why thank you, sweet friend!!
What phenomenal photography. You make me ashamed to post my pictures. lol Glad to see Spring there! xo Diana
Wow, thanks, Diana!! I can thank my wonderful camera, it deserves all the credit!
Yours pictures are very good. Now it is looking more like spring. We have had 4 wonderful sunny days here. Today was really warm. Hooray, it could be spring. I am hoping you get to put your plants out in the garden. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
I did put out some plants this weekend, Susie - and can you believe it? Now the ten day forecast shows a low of 21 on Sunday - shoot me!!
Isn't it glorious to watch them grow inch by inch? I hope there is no more snow in your forecast!Brenda
I'm praying, Brenda....
That little seedling opening up is absolutely amazing. Your pictures are really good.
Thanks, Henny Penny! It's like magic, isn't it?
Simply lovely! I am still waiting on my seedling to emerge from their peat pots but I do have tulips now blooming in my yard. :)
Oh, how pretty! I stopped planting tulips years ago but I'm going to try again. The animals tend to dig up the bulbs and eat them. Buggers!!
Thanks so much, Dayle!
Great captures of spring awakening! Enjoy your warm-up!
I enjoyed every single second of it this weekend, Daisy Gurl!
Spring is my favorite time of year and I've actually seen a few plants poking their heads through the ground, too! It must be wonderful to putter around in your gardens in such a peaceful environment. Lovely photos!
It truly is wonderful, Vickie. I'm so happy to be able to wander about in my bathrobe with my coffee in the mornings, checking on all my gardens. Heaven, right there!
Isn't Spring Wonderful! Can you believe what we are witness to every cycle of the Seasons.It's all pretty amazing and I love these photos of the seedlings sprouting:)Thank you for joining us at TOHOT too:) you are the best.Happy Saturday, my friend!Jemma
I hope you had the most glorious weekend, Jemma!
Great photos! I can sense your happiness through them.Have a wonderful weekend ~ FlowerLady
I'm looking forward to getting all those seedlings big and strong to plant them out in a few weeks, Lorraine!
Spring is such an exciting time! Love your photos!!
It sure is - and thank you!
Beautiful photos! Thanks for letting me garden vicariously through your pictures. :-)I'm busy today trying to save every blooming thing I can...there's a doozy of a storm headed our way. Blah!
Did you get hit with that big snowstorm, Mimi? I couldn't believe it when I saw it on the news - yikes!!
Your photographs are fabulous! You have a real talent...the pictures are print worthy...xoxo
Awwww, thanks so much, Donna!! You're too sweet!
I share your love for gardening and photography.Your photos are very good. Spring is a beautiful time for renewal and reflections. I want to dig into your archives.Thanks so much for your visit.
Thank you kindly, Bonnie - I am truly an amateur photographer, I just have a good camera!
Gorgeous photos! Spring is my favorite season. I love the renewal and awakening!hugs,Jann
I can't wait until the gardens are in bloom and the trees are green again!
Wow. Spring is really bursting out over there. I love the top picture. It looks like a character in a children's movie - where even plants talk.
It really does - it's what prompted me to grab the camera and capture some of the seedlings emerging!
There is nothing quite like the slow unfurling of spring! Beautiful!
So true, so true. I am ready for leaves on the trees next....I'm tired of looking at grey sticks!!
Signs of life after winter. There's nothing more beautiful!
Spring in the mountains is the most glorious thing ever, Debbie, don't you agree?
love this, one of my favorite posts. you're very artistic, these shots are gorgeous.
Why thank you, sweet daughter!!
OK, don't take this wrong...your photography is out of this world! But the plant bursting out reminds me of Seymour on Little Shop of Horrors!https://www.google.com/search?q=little+shop+of+horrors&espv=2&biw=1600&bih=775&site=webhp&tbm=isch&imgil=WEsojp3zbR2BKM%253A%253Bm2ywEF3EWXAuyM%253Bhttp%25253A%25252F%25252Fwww.reynolds.k12.or.us%25252Frhs%25252Frhs-presents-little-shop-horrors&source=iu&pf=m&fir=WEsojp3zbR2BKM%253A%252Cm2ywEF3EWXAuyM%252C_&usg=__dm6X4CBj6wT7XVvOMhFOyyVdKmg%3D&ved=0ahUKEwiVtJysj5nMAhXDQyYKHcK0CWQQyjcInwE&ei=GlAVV5W_GcOHmQHC6aagBg#imgrc=WEsojp3zbR2BKM%3A
Without a doubt, Stacey!! That's Seymour to a T!!
Lovely shots! :)
Thanks, Deb!! The beauty of nature just inspires me!!
That miracle of the forming of a seed is so well presented in these photos. How lovely you have captured it all. Thanks for sharing these wonderful time capsules.
I was in awe of those beans as they sprouted, Bernideen - they inspired the photo shoot!
Did you know that I was reading that people who live around nature are living longer.But we knew that didn't we! Love your nature photos:)Spreading joy and happiness thats what you do!Thank you for joining us at TOHOT!Jemmahttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2016/04/19/why-living-around-nature-could-make-you-live-longer/
I have no doubt that is true, Jemma - my heart rate calms the second I open the kitchen door in the mornings to feed the birds!
Thanks for sharing with SYC.
You are most welcome!
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