nice! we have snowbanks...
Awesome! We had 71 degree weather up here then strong storms, hail and the temps are headed back to the 40's. Your pictures give me hope that spring is on the way to Central Missouri...eventually!
Very nice images Eve! The colors are great - I especially like the third one with the background colors blurred. Well done!
Thanks Kerry!Chris, I hope spring arrives soon. Give that Ural a break!!Thanks Missouri Gal! Glad to hear things will be springy there soon!Thanks Mike! I like that one too! I love the pink and yellow together!
Evis you have some pretties to look at! We walked the "tiny ten" yesterday, 70 degrees by the way and didn't see one little bloomin' flower. We did see two garter snakes, first one made me scream like a little school girl and I nearly knocked CH down trying to jump over the dang thing and then we saw a vole doing what voles do. It ain't doing it no more. Then we went to the porch for wine time and a big ol storm blew in and we were down to 56 degrees in 30 minutes! I see that you have been on the Iron!!!!
Hi Eve, such pretty images. It is a wonderful time of year. So many opportunities to capture the beauty with our cameras. Goes without saying that you have done that perfectly.
Haven't visited you here for a while - and all of a sudden it looks like spring in Alabama - and a pretty one too!Lene
Just beautiful Evie.
So pretty! How warm is it there now? Today on our bicycle ride I saw a long row of bright, colorful crocus that stretched down the block. Couldn't stop for a pic as it was a club ride, but they were so cheery and colorful. Thanks for sharing the great spring photos!
It's exciting! Your photos are lovely; I especially like the third one!
Spring has found you on the mountain, beautiful photos Eve.
I'm so excited spring is almost here- I'm ready! Love your spring photos and the new daffodil photo you chose for your blog title is perfect!
Really? Are all those beautiful things blooming at your house already? My goodness - they are all gorgeous!
Eve, thanks for your comment on my Lessons Learned post. Had a "pity party" day yesterday, so your comment encouraged me. Also reading in Isaiah 51 this morning...surely if God can dry up the sea and bring His people through it, He can heal my silly little arm. He is a God of the impossible, after all. Sorrow and sighing will flee away; gladness and joy will overtake them (Is 51:11). Makes me think of spring...when the "desolate wasteland" of winter turns into the "Garden of Eden."
The bottom photo is so darned beautiful Eve! The pinks and yellows are just gorgeous. I can hardly wait to see my own flowers!!!
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