Picture Post Part Three: Springing Ahead

This post is filled with spring flowers for those of us who are sick of winter.  Actually, we’ve had a mild winter here.  However, for those of you who have felt winter’s wrath, I feel for you (I’ve shoveled snow many a days), and this post is for you.

So pretty. Photo By: Elizabeth Preston
So pretty.
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston
These tulips seemed to hold the light like they were cups holding water. Photo By: Elizabeth Preston
These tulips seemed to hold the light like they were cups holding water.
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston
I have no idea what kind of plant this is, but it's cute. Photo By: Elizabeth Preston
I have no idea what kind of plant this is, but it’s cute.
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston
This is one of my few Photoshop projects that turned out well.  The daisy is real, it just has . . . some tweaks to it. Photo By: Elizabeth Preston
This is one of my few Photoshop projects that turned out well. The daisy is real, it just has . . . some tweaks to it.
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston
Dare to be different, right? Photo By: Elizabeth Preston
Dare to be different, right?
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston
Cute little wildflower. Photo By: Elizabeth Preston
Cute little wildflower.
Photo By: Elizabeth Preston

7 thoughts on “Picture Post Part Three: Springing Ahead

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  1. Lovely! We’ve had 2 days of thaw here in Ottawa. But I know well enough not to be deceived – we’ll have another walloping of snow before spring officially arrives.

  2. Thank you, and thank you for reading! We usually have false springs here too, and I’ve always disliked them because I know what’s coming . . . .

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