Taxes have been filed, for most of us, and that means spring is really here and summer is on its way. I’ve always taken a deep breath after I’ve filed my tax return, relief flooding through my veins like a cold gulp of iced tea on a hot day. A burden has been lifted, or… Continue reading Ah, Back to Laziness
The duckling…or is it a goose–I featured last week is growing up and becoming braver. S/he is also changing color, from a bright yellow to a brownish-yellow. Here’s a couple of shots I took of the little one venturing feet away from parents, and one of the family.
Nothing says Spring like new life, and I caught a new-born duckling getting its first glimpse of water and encouragement from Mom and Dad. However, it took another day before the little one ventured into the water, closely watched over by protective parents. See more Spring Fever pictures at https://weeklyprompts.com/2019/04/10/word-prompt-spring-fever/. DAY ONE … Continue reading Spring Fever—First Outing
This is a Sunday afternoon along a street in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico with people taking advantage of the shade from this lovely tree to stop, visit, and enjoy a sunny spring day. See more at Becca Givens’ Sunday Trees Photo Challenge at https://beccagivens.wordpress.com/2018/04/22/sunday-trees-336/
I found these two pictures for Cee’s Flower of the Day prompt, and couldn’t resist sharing them. Caught a fly in one of the shots, and I’m not certain what the color is in the other one. Don’t think it is a butterfly, which is what I first thought. Any ideas: Drop by Cee’s site and… Continue reading Color My World Spring
Saw and shot these beauties today. Check out other great flower pictures at Cee’s blog below: Flower of the Day – March 9, 2017 – Iris Field