SPRING IS HERE TO STAY

Spring on the country side is probably one of the most gorgeous
and romantic Seasons.
FLOWERS and PLANTS come to bloom

Hubs captured this Azalea (?) at Hortus in the Netherlands
Floral Fri Foto , Fri Bliss

 

 

 

From my car window, between San Andreas and Sacramento
Sunday Best

 

 

 

A Mosaic of the display of staghorns in San Diego

 

 

 

 

 

Landscapes  are Green

Barns are open and cattle is out on the meadows
Thurs. Door, Sky Watch

 

 

Detail of this door, functional and pragmatic, no-nonsense,
but the cows don’t know that:)
Thurs. Door

 

After the sleepiness of winter is gone,
Spring stirs up many new projects

The county road stops here, so that’s why we
walk around to corner to get our mail!
According to the rule or thirds?
am not sure if it needs to be thirds on each side…
Photo a week

 

 

When I could not find Hubs on a renovation job( in Southern California), the ladder was a give away…:)
“Hey, are you Okay UP there?”
He responded, “Yeah, Nice and QUIET”
Tue Travel, ABC Wed.-Q

 

 

Are all my feathers in place?
Sat Critters

 

 

The water slightly stirring, but good enough for a reflection
Natur Donnerstag, Weekend Reflection, Sun Tree

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with ONE photo on the Linky List  between Sunday and
Friday Noon, Pacific time

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Thanks to All the Hosts

Thurs. door  * Thankful Thurs. * Sky Watch * Natur Donnerstag*
Weekend Reflection * Floral Fri Foto * Fri bliss * Photo a Week *
Sun Tree * Sat. Critters * Sundays Best *
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Our World * Makro Tex: up *   Weekly Smile * Mosiac Monday *
Tue TravelNature NotesFOTD * Say Cheese *
ABC Wed – Q * My Corner of World * Sun Snap *

 

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45 thoughts on “SPRING IS HERE TO STAY

    1. Thank you jewel! Loved you diamond story for Fri Frictioneers:)
      Don’t understand why your comment only showed up n the edit mode of the comments, but not among my post comments underneath my posts.

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  1. What a lovely selection of shots, Jesh! That undulating hilly landscape pic taken from your car window was my fave this week and I’ll feature it this week.
    Thank you for taking part in the “My Sunday Best” meme.

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    1. That’s the strange thing with silence, it can be comforting and restful, but in other situations it can feel overwhelmingly lonely…

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  2. I do love the old barn and scenery! Great image of the goose, too.

    Thanks for joining and making My Corner of the World a success!

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  3. Jesh – love the shot between San Andreas and Sacramento – not what I usually imagine when I think of California! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

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  4. Hello, love the pretty rural scenes and sky. Pretty blooms! The goose is a great capture. Thanks for sharing your post with my critter party. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. PS, thanks for leaving me a comment too.

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  5. Looking at your fresh and colourful photos it’s clear spring had arrived overthere too.
    The rusty old barn is in contradiction with the spring colours, but knowing that the cattle is out in the meadow is a great compensation.
    Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Thank you, you have a great weekend too! I like contradiction (maybe because of my paintings, because I put that often in there. But I did take it in early spring, because the leaves are not on the trees yet).

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  6. So nice to see flowers. Philadelphia is ahead of us in the season and there were so many flowers and things in bloom. It was beautiful. I don’t think cows care much about doors, just as long as they open and close at the right times. 😉

    janet

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    1. You’re bringing up a point – feel for the bloggers in Scandinavia an other Northern parts. When everyone has shown the daffodills and cherryblooms, then finally their flowers start blooming!

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  7. Had to laugh… Hubs going up on the roof to get some peace and quiet!? Love the old barn photo and the plain and functional wood door. Enjoy the upcoming weekend!

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  8. That goose is a beauty. Gotta love a husband who gets on the roof to work! Thanks for linking up today and I hope to see you again next week!

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  9. Thank you Dan. Part of his job (for other houses – this was in Southern Calif.) He has done work on much steeper roofs, but than he has a harness on:)

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  10. Great outdoor shots especially the fowl photo. Good news about the new fan. I would have agreed about spring and nice weather until 20 minutes ago, now we expect rain and cold and maybe snow through the weekend. That’s a beautiful flower.

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    1. Jeanna, thank you, but the fan was work for someone elses house:) This was in Southern California where they have no winter – when temps. dip into the 50ties, it’s considered winter temps -I know you’re laughing!

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  11. Great photos this week. I love that barn, and the reflections in that last photo. Hubs looks like he’s hard at work. I hope he stays safe up there.

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