Abstract / Clouds / Corrales / Cottonwoods / Flowers / Poetry / Sandias / Trees Spring’s Springing Again March 25, 2023 Timothy Price50 Comments Spring’s springing againMissed the dawn, held down by catsWinter’s cold persists Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
50 thoughts on “Spring’s Springing Again”
I love the red flowers! (Winter is hanging on for dear life here, too.)
Temps are up and down It’s been well below freezing in the mornings. Thanks, Liz.
You’re welcome, Tim.
Those red flowers absolutely pop!
Here we got an afternoon surprise of snow. Big flakes, small flakes, blowing… For hours.
As I ku’d. Winter persists. Thanks, Dale.
That it does!
Wow! What a beautiful post ❤️
Tulips are such a hopeful sign of Spring.
My Incognito Tree patiently waits…
You tree is starting to leaf out. No blooming blooms yet. Thanks, Marina.
I love this time of year just for noticing all the buds and first leaves.
What caught my eye, Time, are those bright red tulips. Wow!! Your compositions are STUNNING!! I love the contrast between the black and red. Awesome! xo
Sorry TIM!! LOL
No problem. I’ve been called worse. Typos don’t count.
Thanks, Amy Rose.
We are in the same situation….cold persists! However, I am sure it will be too warm for us soon:).
It’s snowing this morning. Thanks, Janet.
No snow…just cold and grey:)
Still in the 30s here at night, been that way for three months now! We will probably swing from winter to summer overnight, though.
That often happens here too. Thanks, Dawn.
I love the clouds in the middle image and vibrancy of the red flower (tulip?).
Whoa, amazing photos!!! 🌹📸
Those red flowers! Wow! ❤️
Those are lovely images, especially those tulips on the black background.
I counted 9 open blossoms this afternoon in your Mom’s daffodil patch. When we hit a quorum, I’ll take a photo. A variably cloudy but dry day up here until 4:30 when a rain and sleet squall came through again. I did get in a walk before that.
Thanks, Lavinia. we’ve had a couple of daffys open, but not many.
Those red flowers are beautiful!
First and last shots are killer beauties.
Look at all those buds on Marina’s Incognito Pear tree.
My tree looks like it’s conducting the other trees. Sigh!!!!! xo
You tree keeps everyone in line. Thanks, Resa.
It’s well educated, for trees.
It has a Barkalaureate degree!
Hahaha! Of all the degrees, it wood have a Barkalaureate! Woodn’t it?
She also took Evelyn Wood’s speed reading.
We got tired of waiting for the cold to lift in the midwest and now enjoying much warmer temps here in the south – seeing lots of flowers popping around us now.
That’s the way to do it. Thanks, Brian.
The red flower against the dark background is fabulous. It would be a great picture to draw.
Very nice Tim. The calendar says it’s Spring, but the weather doesn’t concur at this point in Illinois. Soon enough, we hope.
It’s hit and miss at the moment out here. Warm on day, freezing the next. Thanks, Brad.
That pretty much describes spring and fall in Illinois, and to some extent summer and winter.
I’m a fan of those red flowers too Tim …!