Silent Sunday – Spring Equinox


Happy Spring!

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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89 Responses to Silent Sunday – Spring Equinox

  1. Anne says:

    Enjoy the turning of the season and the time spent in your lovely garden.

  2. cindy knoke says:

    Beautiful, delicate, capture Eliza!

  3. A closer look, a beautiful crystal look!

  4. Maria says:

    I hope the turning of the season brings lovely days your way Eliza!

  5. Sheree says:

    Stunning shot

  6. maryjane678 says:

    Stunning Eliza. You should publish a book of your photos!

  7. Happy Spring, Eliza! What an exquisite capture!

  8. Dale says:

    What a beauty!

  9. It is here! Lovely picture.

  10. Treah Pichette says:

    What a nice picture….freshly-emerged & sparkling!

  11. Alice says:

    Snowdrops with waterdrops…a precious and lovely reminder that Spring is here.

  12. ke01341 says:

    Perfect photograph for this time year

  13. arlingwoman says:

    Happy spring to you! Our cherry trees are coming out, along with pears and rhododendrons…

  14. Pepper says:

    Raindrops on flowers are always a winner for me. Love them, Eliza. 😊👍

  15. Gorgeous pic. Happy spring.

  16. Debbie says:

    Lovely! We’re starting to see early signs of Spring, too — how refreshing!

  17. Tina says:

    Beautiful photo, Eliza. Relish the garden to come!

  18. sandyjwhite says:

    It’s on the way!

  19. Tranature - quiet moments in nature says:

    Beautiful snowdrops and Happy Spring to you too! 💚 xxx

  20. Whew, we made it! 🤗😊🤗

  21. My gardening heart stopped at this one. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

  22. I love to see these first flowers, so pretty!

  23. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    Perfect for spring – Happy Equinox!

  24. Cathy says:

    And so spring starts…. hope that snow melts away now Eliza. Happy Spring!

  25. Kris P says:

    Viewed on my phone, your photo is beautiful, Eliza! Best wishes for a slow but steady warm-up.

    FYI, I first tried to view your post via my Chromium browser and then Firefox but both browsers showed a distorted view – I wasn’t able to see the snowdrops on the right side of the photo at all and your sidebar entries were superimposed on top of the photo, as if the photo wasn’t sized to fit the screen. It may be a problem on my end, although I tried 4 other blogs on various platforms and only my view of yours was impacted. I also checked your earlier post and it wasn’t impacted.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thanks for the compliment and the info about how the post is being viewed. No one else has mentioned similar, but I will check it out. For some reason, I had a devil of a time putting the post together. The photo was taking forever to load. Cyber gremlins!

  26. shoreacres says:

    We’re hoping for rain tomorrow — if I could have some droplets like these, I’d be happy! It’s a glorious image for the Equinox.

  27. Thank you for the double dose of beautiful jewels, Eliza–water drops on snow drops.
    Best wishes for this most gracious of seasons,

  28. Vicki says:

    What a great shot and so beautifully captured. 🙂

  29. Beautifully photographed Eliza, it speaks of the capriciousness of spring!

  30. M.B. Henry says:

    Oh goodness – a stunning photo!

  31. Beautiful subject and capture … love the drops on the snowdrops!

  32. shoreacres says:

    Eliza, take a look at this San Antonio landbridge! It seems that Texas is getting with the program, and this one is special because it’s for people as well as creatures. A side note: it’s in Phil Hardberger Park. Phil was the mayor of San Antonio for a while, and one of my customers. I maintained his sailboat — a real beauty.

  33. Donna Donabella says:

    Beautiful, resilient spring!

  34. Adele Brand says:

    Happy spring, and a lovely sparkling photo! I hope your snow is on the way out?

  35. Happy Spring, finally!, Eliza. Although the weather is taking a turn for a few days it’s good to know we made it through another winter and, as your image shows, the flowers are on their way.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Yes, so exciting that the last of our snow is now gone, too. Of course, now it is tick season :-/ We’ve already picked a few off us and the dog. It is always something! 😉

  36. Jane Lurie says:

    Happy Spring, Eliza. What a marvelous photo merging the two seasons. 😍🤍

  37. Maria says:

    Exquisite details!

  38. Very nice Eliza! Enjoyed seeing your image!

  39. Beautiful. Thanks for posting ❤

  40. naturebackin says:

    What a perfect shot for spring! I could swear the time between each equinox gets shorter each season! Enjoy the springtime and promises of summer.

  41. Isha says:

    Nature’s lightbulbs? ✨

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