Tiny, pink flowers have sprung up along the side of a window well, making for a nice and lovely surprise.
Parsley begins to grow in the garden, making for a nice green contrast against the brown mulch.
A clematis bud waits to burst open on the vine along with several other buds.
Two ants explore a flower bud wondering when it will begin to bloom.
These are the first two of the framed prints I will be selling, soon! It begins a new chapter in my photography and I am so excited!
Strawberry blossoms begin to bloom and soon, strawberries will be ripe and ready to pick.
Eggs always mark a new beginning. Eggs in a carton are the beginning of scrambled eggs, fried eggs, poached eggs, eggs benedict, soft boiled eggs, hard boiled eggs…
Spring always marks the new beginning of birds building nests and this mourning dove is no exception as he watches out for predators… and humans with cameras, while his mate is somewhere building a nest or sitting on some eggs.
The beginnings of a new wire wrap project. Will it be a necklace, bracelet, or something else? Haven’t decided, yet.
Spring marks the beginning of BBQ time.
New blossoms have bloomed on a sand cherry tree, making for a pretty pink sight.
I have been experimenting with “hued” photographs and these are the first three that I have created. To purchase a print, framed print, and more from Blue Canvas, simply click on the images. Also be sure to check out more photographs that I have taken: http://www.bluecanvas.com/coribeth
A honey bee gathers pollen from a dandelion, showing that Spring has begun and new honey will soon be available.
Forget-Me-Not have begun to spread throughout the backyard garden, making for a lovely sight.
The crab apple tree in the backyard has begun to bloom, making a lovely pink spectacle of itself.
Photography lesson of the day: a photo you think looks bad on the camera screen, might end up looking really cool on the computer screen. Love how this photo came out kind of abstract and artsy!
Lilies begin to poke their way through the ground, soon blooming into pretty yellow flowers.
A hibiscus bud is ready to burst and show off it’s pretty petals.
New sod grows in a farmers field with a forest in the background.
Warm brownies taste and smell good no matter the season. Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn. But the first brownie cut out of the pan always tastes the best!
Green leaves, belonging to daffodils, begin to grow in the garden.
One of the first flowers out in the Spring is the dandelion. As much as we consider it a weed, the dandelion can still be a pretty flower to look at. Is it any wonder why it has “lion” in it’s name?
Begin reading a new book, today.
About every other week, a new leaf starts to sprout on my dwarf umbrella tree.
Only took a few days for this lovely Easter Lily to bloom. Happy Easter, everyone! He is risen!