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19 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Looking Ahead”
Thank you! There is real joy in these images — what a tonic!
Thanks, here where I live spring takes it time and I’m out looking any signs of it emerging. It is that time of year I need color, I sure you understand
Beautiful! Spring is moving at a slow pace here, also.
It is that time when we start to look for the smallest sign that a season is changing, down close to the soil looking for those bits of green. A swelling of buds on trees. It is also a time as landscapers we start our early pruning of roses, summer flowering shrubs able to watch each day’s progress
Thanks as we watch spring emerge together
Yes, my eyes are trained both up and down. Daffodils are budding and the first tulips are poking their heads through chilly soil.
Hi, I can see from your post that early moments of spring have arrived, enjoy
My pulse is quickening.
Mine too, even if the real feel at the moment is in the single digits, we know spring is coming, thanks Judy
Aaah, it’s close! Spring! The beauty of these photos make me speechless.
Thanks, it is close and I hope to enjoy and see as much of it as I can, and I hope that for you too.
Such an endless diversity in nature.
It is, from the tiny lichens and moss to giant trees, home and host for so many other living things it is for us to observe and enjoy, thanks
My garden is in an extreme state of non-landscapedness at the moment. 🙂 Spring!
That could be a good things, I love messy gardens as new growth emerges in the spring
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