The Spring Melt

25 thoughts on “The Spring Melt”

  1. I get such a sense of peace and stillness from these photographs. I loved the sense of rebirth that I got from your brief yet very detailed descriptions of the birds. Magical! Thank you for checking out and following my blog and the invitation I received in this to check out yours. Delightful 🙂

  2. Lovely. I really don’t have words. Living in the tropics, we really don’t have the experience of spring melts and experiencing it vicariously through your words and images made up quite a bit of the difference.

  3. Hi Thomas and thanks for visiting and following my blog.
    What a fabulous post this is: full of hope and amazing images.
    I love your header quote by John Muir.
    It’s great to meet yo and I will be back to read some more.
    Dorne x

  4. Wonderful earthiness to your tale of winter turning into spring. Beautiful description. The small bit of nature that lives outside my apartment window is showing signs of real spring. Yesterday I saw a squirrel in the oak tree after his winter slumber and heard the two geese who stay here all winter honking as they flew over head.

    1. Hi Vicki, I posted the link to the post on the FB page but not all the photos so perhaps thats why you didn’t see them? Anyway, thanks as always for your kind words!

  5. My oh my my friend…your beautiful words and stunning pictures have left me speechless. How lovingly you have described the reawakening of Spring and all the birds that are making their presence known. Your Blog is an inspiration to us all. Thank you SO so much! 🙂

  6. A timely reminder that it is still “Winter” in some places, and that I must be patient with Spring’s tarried arrival! 🙂 Our White-Throated Sparrow sings outside my window — I will concentrate on his song, and dedicate hearing it to you. 🙂

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