Monthly Archives: March 2015

Spring Cheer

Spring cheer comes in the form of golden daffodils from the market. Our yard is still covered in snow, so it’ll be a while yet before there are narcissus in bloom here. Just getting in the mood!

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WPC: Ephemeral

WordPress Photography Challenge – Ephemeral: adjective 1. Lasting for a very short time. It took less than five days for these tulips to go from tight buds to blown flowers. Flowers are ephemeral by nature, making them all the more … Continue reading

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Tulips in Color

Since I received a couple of inquiries as to the color of the tulips in my last post, I thought I’d show what they look like in color. Tulipa ‘Purple Prince.’

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Black & White Photo Challenge #5

Final Day Five – Tulips after the rain Recap: I have been invited by Ana of Celebrating Sunshine to participate in a Five Day Black and White Photography Challenge. Her blog is full of cheerful, inspirational posts exploring the positive side of … Continue reading

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Black & White Photo Challenge #4

Day Four – White Ash bark (Fraxinus americana) Recap: I have been invited by Ana of Celebrating Sunshine to participate in a Five Day Black and White Photography Challenge. Her blog is full of cheerful, inspirational posts exploring the positive side of life. Please … Continue reading

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Black & White Photo Challenge #3

Day Three – It may be officially Spring, however where I live… Recap: I have been invited by Ana of Celebrating Sunshine to participate in a Five Day Black and White Photography Challenge. Her blog is full of cheerful, inspirational posts … Continue reading

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Time To Take Down Bird Feeders

Originally posted on Naturally Curious with Mary Holland:
To prevent black bears from visiting backyard bird feeders, Fish & Wildlife Departments in New England recommend taking down birdfeeders from April 1st through December 1st. This year those dates are fairly…

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