Friday, April 15, 2016

Silent Spring Awakening

















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  1. That's some really good shots. Thanks for sharing.
    Lisa

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    1. I just couldn't help grabbing the camera - those beans sprouting in such unusual ways just blew me away!!

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  2. So fin to watch the earth wake up for Spring!
    I know how happy you must be!!

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    1. 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!!

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  3. 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!

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    1. Ahhhhh if only I had a sunroom!! I love your idea of a good time - it's the very same as mine!!

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  4. Hooray! Isn't it fun to see everything coming to life before your eyes? It's amazing to me every single spring.

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    1. Love it so much, Melanie....it just makes my heart sing!

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  5. What phenomenal photography. You make me ashamed to post my pictures. lol Glad to see Spring there! xo Diana

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    1. Wow, thanks, Diana!! I can thank my wonderful camera, it deserves all the credit!

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  6. 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

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    1. 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!!

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  7. Isn't it glorious to watch them grow inch by inch? I hope there is no more snow in your forecast!
    Brenda

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  8. That little seedling opening up is absolutely amazing. Your pictures are really good.

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    1. Thanks, Henny Penny! It's like magic, isn't it?

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  9. 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. :)

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    1. 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!!

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  10. Great captures of spring awakening! Enjoy your warm-up!

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    1. I enjoyed every single second of it this weekend, Daisy Gurl!

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  11. 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!

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    1. 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!

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  12. 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

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    1. I hope you had the most glorious weekend, Jemma!

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  13. Great photos! I can sense your happiness through them.

    Have a wonderful weekend ~ FlowerLady

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    1. I'm looking forward to getting all those seedlings big and strong to plant them out in a few weeks, Lorraine!

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  14. Spring is such an exciting time! Love your photos!!

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  15. 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!

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    1. Did you get hit with that big snowstorm, Mimi? I couldn't believe it when I saw it on the news - yikes!!

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  16. Your photographs are fabulous! You have a real talent...the pictures are print worthy...xoxo

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    1. Awwww, thanks so much, Donna!! You're too sweet!

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  17. 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.

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    1. Thank you kindly, Bonnie - I am truly an amateur photographer, I just have a good camera!

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  18. Gorgeous photos! Spring is my favorite season. I love the renewal and awakening!
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. I can't wait until the gardens are in bloom and the trees are green again!

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  19. 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.

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    1. It really does - it's what prompted me to grab the camera and capture some of the seedlings emerging!

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  20. There is nothing quite like the slow unfurling of spring! Beautiful!

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    1. So true, so true. I am ready for leaves on the trees next....I'm tired of looking at grey sticks!!

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  21. Signs of life after winter. There's nothing more beautiful!

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    1. Spring in the mountains is the most glorious thing ever, Debbie, don't you agree?

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  22. love this, one of my favorite posts. you're very artistic, these shots are gorgeous.

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  23. 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

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    1. Without a doubt, Stacey!! That's Seymour to a T!!

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    1. Thanks, Deb!! The beauty of nature just inspires me!!

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  25. 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.

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    1. I was in awe of those beans as they sprouted, Bernideen - they inspired the photo shoot!

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  26. 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!
    Jemma
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2016/04/19/why-living-around-nature-could-make-you-live-longer/

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    1. 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!

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