SEASONS -Last of March

Hello Blog Friends,
Hope your holidays were fun, meaningful, or even adventurous. Some of you got a new pack of snow! After that I didn’t have the heart to show you my intended beach pics … keep warm:)
This year earth amazes us with fog, snow, rain frequently. They say the Californian drought of -I don’t know how many years- is over!

Love to see what Spring brought you! The link is open from Sun eve. – Wed 7pm, US Pacific time. Any experience during the Season is great!

TO COMMENT: Click on the title of this post, scroll and the comment box will appear on the bottom of this post

If you are looking for my weekly post (Small Discoveries) running at the same time as the SEASONS meme, it’s right underneath this post:)

 

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Somehow this tree close to Bradbury Dam  looks centuries old.

 

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Every flower is a gift

 

 

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Could go on for pages, but fortunately, I have you  telling me of your side of the story. What’s going on in your neighborhood, or happening in your SEASON?

Keep forgetting to encourage you to visit the other “season-ed” blog friends, when time allows!
To link up your photo, click on the “Click here” in red below – Your turn

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31 thoughts on “SEASONS -Last of March

  1. We did have a blizzard last week–the first we experienced living here. Today much of the snow is gone. March is our area’s snowiest month. It’s good in a way as we need the moisture anyway we can get it!

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  2. Hi there, I really love these photos! And yes, every flower is a gift! So sorry about the thumbnail! I’ll try to enter the link again! Have a beautiful week!

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  3. No more snow for us I hope, March is bringing Spring to us and we love the flowers that are blooming. It is 35 degrees this morning but we will be in the 60’s by noon. The tree is interesting the way it is growing. I love the shot looking through the window grid.

    Thank you for your comment.
    xo, Jeanne

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    1. Hello Lisa – I’ve been to your blog, intending to invite you to SEASONS with one of your beautiful images, but I didn’t know what would be the best place , but now you saw my post,

      please click on “Click here” in red on the bottom of the post, and leave one of your photos – I would be jazzed for you to be part of SEASONS – link is open till Wed.7pm, Pacific time.

      Hope to “see” you with an image back before that:)

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  4. Thank you so much for visiting me and leaving such a lovely comment. I love your blog, so full of beautiful images and positive thoughts. I am a tree lover and you have so many beauties here.
    Hugs to you,
    MEredith

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  5. Wow that tree is just amazing. – The flowers are a gift (although those look like nightshade blooms and the berries they produce are posionous). It’s always a pleasure stopping in and viewing your lovely photos.

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