Sunday, April 17, 2016

Looking For Woodland Blooms


Blue, such a true blue, reigned over the land. It was a day to play hard out in the beauty of nature. It is hard for me to stay inside when weather breaks like this. Someone is calling, it might be fish, flowers or just a gentle prairie breeze. I savor the day each day that this happens.




Hey over this way and there is a nice trail.









12 comments:

  1. You did the right thing to go out. You found some colorful flowers to show us.

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  2. Beautiful! Everything looks so alive. I love the Dutchman's Breaches. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Spring is popping out all over in your neck of the woods. Love the Dutchman's Britches. I don't see those much anymore.

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  4. Hi Steve - what a gorgeous area ... the tree planting looks good too - love the selection of flowers ... as you say too good to stay indoors .. cheers Hilary

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  5. Love the blue sky in that first picture. It's been really nice the last couple days here. Looks like spring may finally be here

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  6. Wonderful pictures. I felt like I was there almost. There is nothing like the sunshine or a rainy day to be out and about. I love the outdoors.

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  7. So pretty when Spring emerges. Glad it has arrived.

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  8. Nice variety of blooms, especially the Dutchman's Breeches. The streams are beautiful.

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  9. Well that chipmunk doesn't look as though he suffered any during the winter months!

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  10. I love all of the little signs of spring you show. I've been seeing them here too, but I'm not paying enough attention yet. I'm having trouble letting it all motivate me to get out.

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  11. I know what you mean. hard to stay indoors when spring comes.

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  12. The forsythia is so vibrant in early spring...:)

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