Friday, March 4, 2011

Moments of Spring




I am only a very amateur photographer. The light was so amazing and in a few of these I caught it a bit. Spring is coming and if you are still in ice and cold, I hope these pictures will bring the promise of your coming spring closer.
































12 comments:

Jeanie said...

The flowering trees are so pretty. We have a few little signs of spring, but they will soon be covered with snow...March is our snowiest month.

Flea said...

Oooo! Pretty blossoms! Our Bradford pears are budding and the daffodils are just starting to bloom. A couple of weeks out and our neighborhood will look like yours!

Mental P Mama said...

What a treat! New England is a month behind you!

Life with Kaishon said...

I love your pictures Karen! Such beautiful images you captured. Absolutely lovely! Sometimes your camera was focusing on the branches in front and the things in back were slightly out of focus like the birdhouse. That is a lovely effect called bokeh and anyone can achieve that no matter what camera you have! The best way I would say to get a lot of beautiful pictures is to keep shooting. That is exactly what you did here! As a result you have many beautiful images. I love the light you captured! Your sunflare shot is one of my favorites!

Thanks for leaving such a nice comment for Madeline Bea. Every week I get so nervous that the interviewees will not have enough comments and they will not feel special.

Farmchick said...

Really great photos and you know every expert was once an amateur.

Chris H said...

I shall have to go outside and see if I can find any signs of Autumn! (fall)

Roman looks all arms and legs without all his hair! Hope he's not too cold nakid!!!

Julie Harward said...

It did my heart good to see green...and blossoms...and that cute Dog..what a beautiful one he is! ;D

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Bluebird49 said...

I'm so glad to see you felt like being outside, Sweetpea. We're bloomin' here, too--not great for allergies and already headches. But pretty--spring is certainly coming.

God bless you!

Kat said...

Blossoms! Yay! I love seeing that. Unfortunately I think we are a long way off from seeing that in my neighborhood. :(

Kathy said...

Blooms and pups, sure does a heart good! Keep up the photography, you have an artists eye. I put up flower photos today myself and appreciate your help with id. HUGS!

Christi L. said...

I love watching your spring springing. It was what kept me sane for my two VERY VERY long winters in the depths of Ohio.

Now, I'm back in sweet Texas. However, my poor sad yard seems overwhelming. You yard encourages me though. I hope mine looks as fabulous as yours ten years from now! Right now, it is BARRON! BLECH!