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Picture Spring, week three

Spring is coming along, ever so slowly.  My yard is starting to bloom, but mostly in shades of yellow, with a little bit of purple here and there.  Even though it’s like this every year, I still don’t get “Spring” from yellow.  Yellow feels like “Fall” to me.  We seriously need some pink in this yard.  Or, really, I just need to be patient.  There are pink lilies and deep magenta peonies in my future, if past years are any indication.  Just another few weeks…

Until then, I can make use of my 20x zoom, and sneak some photos of my neighbors’ lovely pink trees (like I did for the photo at the end of this post).

So here is how Picture Spring kept me busy this week:


Day 16 – out of the shadows


Day 17 – punchy patterns


Day 18 – appreciation day


Day 19 – hidden messages


Day 20 – flirting with flare


Day 21 – daily rounds


Day 22 – bursting with color

Now I’m in the mood to photograph cherry blossoms.  Must get myself to Branch Brook Park before it’s too late…

Happy Weekend!

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5 thoughts on “Picture Spring, week three

  1. I think I experienced Day 19 everyday this week! Glad I wasn’t alone 🙂

    1. Ha! Me too! I still am having a little bit of difficulty… Crazy. Hope next week works out better for both of us 🙂

  2. I love all of these photo’s Lisa, but my favorite is definitely the note to yourself. I totally get that! BTW all the fiddling you have done is perfect! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the new look and format. Makes me realize just how much fiddling we need to be doing on our site. Been meaning to for awhile but just haven’t been able to get to it yet.

    1. Thank you! I’m really so pleased with the way it looks! This week, anyway – I can be awfully fickle about these things… It’s good thing I enjoy fiddling! Good luck making your changes. I find I make the time because it’s fun for me.

  3. Dear Lisa,
    I’m so sorry to hear of the loss of your grandmother. I know that mere words can’t help you in this time of sorrow but please know that you and your family will be in my prayers.
    A Dedicated Reader,
    Joan E. Brands

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