Sunday, March 18, 2012

Lovely Travels






Cattails

Black Cherry


1st Daffadils



Old Baltimore Oriole Nest






Blue Geese


Red-winged Blackbird


Duck Dinner

Muskrat Bones

21 comments:

  1. Hi Steve, You and your camera have been very busy!!!! You obviously find LOTS of things to photograph... Love seeing the cherry blossoms this time of year.. All of the fruit trees are in full bloom here now.

    Sad to see the 'duck dinner' though... I know that is nature --but it's still sad.

    Have a great week.
    Betsy

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  2. First of all thank you. And second of all I take your words to heart. I am working hard on making things better. It has just been very tough. I never give up. I just feel like it at times. Smiling softly.
    Nita

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  3. Nice photographs! Everything is in full bloom here!

    Jane

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  4. That bear face in the window is kind of funny.

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  5. I have never seen a Baltimore Oriole in Nashville, though I do see the orchard orioles from time to time. The Baltimores come up the Mississippi flyway in May, and I have seen them in West Tennessee in the trees along the big river. The nest reminds me of the ones I used to see as a child in Connecticut-

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  6. Blue geese, huh? I've never seen one, that I know of. Spring is just popping out all over, isn't it. This weekend, our forsythia and magnolias burst into bloom. We must be on nearly the same schedule as you are.

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  7. well, the snow is gone but the green hasn't shown up yet. lovely set of monochromatic pictures with the occasional shock of color. My daffodils did not bloom this year (only three flowers), I suppose from the long hot dry summer last year. Just could not keep things watered well enough.

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  8. Hahaaa....Love the bear in the window!!!
    Great photos Steve! You've been busy!
    hughugs

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  9. What a lovely set of photographs, such an interesting post. Is that a racoon in the second photo? What is that 2nd pic after the daffs?
    Brill.

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  10. I will hold onto it..I have been thinking about an article to write today. I visited some of my friend's sites, I had not done that for awhile. I needed to because I saw some things that they have been going through and I left encouraging remarks. I felt so much better after doing that, you know?
    Nita

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  11. Great pictures as usual Steve. Looks like something had a good meal anyway..LOL You always find such interesting stuff to photograph. It's 70 here today!

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  12. Great pics, again you seem to capture the essence of change.

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  13. You found some very interesting things. Love the signs of spring there

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  14. I am blog hopping from Ann's blog - I love love love to look at photos and yours are great. What is that pink thingy? sandie

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  15. Your pictures look so much like home to me now. I like that.

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  16. Very interesting set of photos, Steve. Happy to see the raccoon and the squirrel.
    Yesteday in the garden of my husband's sister I saw her peacock spreading its tail.

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  17. Laughing at the bear in the window... had to look at that one a couple of times! :)

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  18. Loved the old barn and raccoon! But, really, all your photos are great!

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  19. The way the water splits the ground - breathtaking!

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  20. Life just keeps on. Spring is such a great time for photography. And yours never disappoints.

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  21. I enjoyed the walk. Bummer about the duck dinner.

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