Sunday, March 25, 2012

The woods were a calling

 I love the woods in the Spring... and it shows me that it loves me too!
 This little flowers are abloom everywhere on this warm Spring day!
 The river flows steady regardless of the weather, but it is made prettier with the reach of petals.

 Willows are weeping on the banks... it is a weep of joy and rebirth.

 A little wooden "beastie boy" in awe of Spring's glory.

 Oh, can you hear the mewling of baby catkins?

 Mr. Squirrel is a hobbit guarding his home and garden.

 He did let me take a glamor shot and I was pleased.

 A red breasted thrush... otherwise know as a Robin in these parts.

 The dandelion and bee balm are still trying to entice the bees... I hope they reappear in a big way this year. We need them here.

 I have never seen this forest bluebell before... going to research this wonderful little flower child!

 Chartreuse buds on bark... always a great fashion statement.

 Genealogy of a catkin family...little ghosts of wonder. 

 The dignity of black berries who have wintered over nicely.

Though not a pastel blooming tree... this beauty has Spring passion. It was 78 degrees in March and I just had to spend the day in my beloved woods as Nature sang her beautiful songs in color!


  1. Wild bluebells have always been a favourite flower of mine.

  2. Hey! Nice to see another fellow photographer and nature lover is outside capturing this amazing Spring! Lovely pix! :-)

  3. Thanks for the ID Debra... I was thinking bluebells but it was a wild guess!

    Hi LGS! Will take a hop over to see how you are enjoying this lovely Spring!