Cherish is my favorite word, and I cherish the ability of turning the routine into a beautiful moment.
Nature creates in me, a spiritual and meditative time to bring peace, harmony and balance, into an otherwise ordinary day~
Mary Howell Cromer







Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Spring Continues to Show Itself~

Weeping Willows have begun their green up beauty for spring as have the Redbuds and I was able to get some fair pond reflections using them.  I was digging up some spring transfers and happened to also dig up this little Salamander which I quickly took to a covered area in one of the shade gardens with nice large rocks and it slithered underneath just as I took this lone image.  The ducks were at a pond in the "big city" and they of course are always delightful just doing their thing.  The flight image, while not very clear, was still a fun one to share...and why not...~ 











4 comments:

  1. Mary,

    Wow on the rebud reflections in the water, loved them. We have oodles of redbuds here in our area, will have to look for reflections.

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  2. Checking in at long last Mary.
    Lovely to see all the signs of spring ... blossoms and bird song. We lost our Magnolia (in a pot) a few years ago.

    Interesting post on the Mute Swan wars. We mainly see them as an elegant species but they do harbour a dark side when it comes to territory nesting time.

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  3. Wow...i cant wait for spring to be so present here! Lovelly series, i love the blurred image of the mallard ;)

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  4. Hi Mary
    You've just put up a new header, it's a very good one. The rest of spring, you are on it's way, yippee.

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