23 March 2014

Looking for Spring

I took a lot of pictures this week.
I wanted to share some of what I think are my best with you.
This is what happens when you take your camera,
looking for spring.

 Mistletoe in the Oak

It is spring in the meadow 


Woodland Throne 

Webbed foot prints 

Tiny perfect wildflower 

Moss and Ferns by the Creek 

A little more green is showing up 

 Tiny ferns

Three trees along a barbed wire fence line, shows in stages what happens when the fence gets in the way of nature. 

 New leaf buds

Pines bright evergreen 

Paperwhite Narcissus 


Late evening Daffodil and the Summer Kitchen 

Late evening, old barn through the elm branches 

Flowering Elm 

Rosemary blossoms in twilight 


As you can see, it is taking it's time this year 

Catching song birds in pecan tree
The pecan trees are always the last to come out 

 Turkey Vultures

Taking Flight 
Dandelion Fluff

I have been reading "Game of Thrones". In it, the Stark family motto is "Winter is coming". Well I keep thinking "not around here thank you".
What is your favorite photo?


  1. Those are all such great photos, but I really do like the Dandelion Fluff!

  2. wow. lots to take in...before i saw your title i thought that tree looked like a seat...ha...a bit sat the taking in of that barb wire....but i am glad that nature found its way....the duck feet made me smile...i love find the footprints of animals and pondering where they are going...

  3. Beautiful spring pics! Hard to choose a favourite but I'll go for the road with evergreen pines, although the dandelion fluff is beautiful too... As you read at my blog, I missed winter, but I also like spring a lot.

  4. What lovely signs of spring! My favorite photos are 16th, 17th, and 24th among all the nice shots.


  5. Your spring looks wonderful Kat! We have no snow, now we just need some heat!!
    xo Catherine

  6. What I wouldn't give to live in that barn. Nice work.

  7. It's been years since I've enjoyed springtime in the South. I love the dogwoods in bloom as I would drive home to Columbus from the Atlanta airport, glistening white and pink under the Georgia pines.


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