A peek... spring. Just a few of the shots I took the other day - and some from today. I think I took 300 or more! Yet to come the bee shots -oh yes the drunken bee. Galanthus nivalis"snowdrop"the herald of spring.
Nice! Spring coming early in Michigan? P.S. Don't you have a birthday soon?
yes, she does have a birthday soon...this weekend i do believe...and it's a biggie:)
Those are way-cool. I love how they look like lampshades that you'd find in a completely 'mod' house, yet its from nature. I love the fact that they are a symbol of Spring coming! Maybe a little less rain!
OMG BREATH-TAKING!!!so very beautiful!!!
wowwwww..beautiful..so inspiring shots...
Spring has to be one of the most awesome times of year, even if it is still winter... just don't tell the flowers that ;-)
Want these too... :) Soooo pretty.
i love these pictures!HAPPY BIRTHDAY! (this weekend, the weekend before the 1st day of spring...)
Very beautiful. I wonder why you call them light. They do remind me of light bulbs and street lamps though.
i love this series...hey i have been looking around at some cameras. checked out a nikon, and the rebel of course, any advice?
Arun... Light at the end of a very long tunnel... Spring after a long winter... and they glow at night - if you are walking down the garden path they are bright white in the moonlight. They bloom in little clumps of scattered white - almost like little stars of the ground. They blooms fold in the cold of night and open in the morning with the warmth of the sun. You must pay attention to see them for they are very small - only growing to a height of about 2 to 3 inches tall - at the tallest. So it is - LIGHT. Thanks for asking.
To the rest of you - thank you for your comments. I love it when you take a moment to say hello.And if you must know I will be "29" this weekend - wink, wink! :)
Very nice, refreshing shots. Just makes you happy seeing them.
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