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TWiP: Knitting and Nature

This Week in Pictures, Week 18, 2018

I’ve been happy this week. It’s the start of one of my favorite months of the year, long-awaited spring is finally popping up everywhere in pinks, purples, and greens, and we’ve had open windows in the house and in the car. Love!

So, what is This Week in Pictures?

It’s a roundup of the microblogging I’ve done on Instagram all week. This includes photos I shot for Project 365 (the theme for 2018 is mornings: #myyearofmornings2018) and any other extra images I may have posted.

πŸ“· = taken with my Canon EOS 80 D
πŸ“± = taken with my Samsung Galaxy S7

Ready? Cast your mind back to this time last week…

Saturday

Sunday

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Laziest. Morning. Ever. #myyearofmornings Apr 29

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Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

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Cannot get enough of the flowering trees. Sigh.

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Friday

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4 thoughts on “TWiP: Knitting and Nature

  1. Beautiful pink!! In Phoenix (not TN) visiting son. 108 degrees today! Home tomorrow.

    1. Oh wow! That is hot! I didn’t realize it got that warm there as early as May. It must be brutal in the high of the summer!

  2. I heard my son mention the temp might get to 108, but 106 was the actual high for that day as I checked back. He said that was record breaking for this time of year. It was still nice with very little humidity. It was a different type of beautiful there but I missed all the dripping green and color flowers like we have here in Tn and like you are showing here in your pictures.

    1. I know what you mean. I feel like that after a few days at the beach. I love these pastel shore colors, but I really appreciate the explosion of greens and pinks when I get home!

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