Saturday, March 28, 2009

Bright Spring



When the sun lights up these flowers, they are a sight to behold.

9 comments:

RuneE said...

Daffodils! Will forever remind me of a late Easter around here (although I have seen some that has started to bud).

Watch "my" space!

SandyCarlson said...

Sunshine from the earth up! As if the earth had it all winter and is giving it back now.

Love Bears All Things said...

Beautiful!
Mama Bear

Malyss said...

Sunny flowers to light up your day!

diXymiss said...

Oooh, so pretty ~ can't wait! (for the daffs AND the sun) ;-)

Katney said...

I've missed a lot of recent posts for some reason. Glad I got back. I need a faithful walking companion. I've been remiss. I got togehter with another 3-Day walker locally. She was a high school best friend of my daughter. But she is nursing her dying grandmother, so won't be walking for a while.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I see green! Plus daffodils. ;-)

CyberCelt said...

What is the longest walk you have ever made in an urban setting? Have you ever thought of writing a book with your photographs? You have a way of taking people along with you on your rambles.

becky aka theRAV said...

What a blessing indeed. I loved the moss on the trees and all your sky watches. You did good Paulie. It poured here yesterday so we did spring cleaning. I hardly took any photos. Shocking I know. I did re-discover some old things which was fun and will be useful. Some things were timely such as Easter bunny cut-outs. I passed on your green pen on grading papers to all of Rhett's teachers. His 1st grade teacher replied it was a precious idea. A young lady at our church who teaches at his elementary school told me today she tries not to use red either & uses bright colored pens.

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