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Spring has Sprung

Nikon Df| Nikkor 105mm | Delkin Digital Film| PS CC 2017 & On1| Daffodil Hill, Volcano, CA

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32 Comments

  1. Beautiful composition, Deborah!

    • Thank you so much Donna! I’m glad you like the image. Is it showing signs of Spring where you are yet?

      • Yes, finally! We are still in Delaware. Haven’t spoken about it, but I had an accident (not my fault) back over holidays, been in PT ever since; we are in limbo waiting to have my knee replaced in May. Argh! Life threw hubby and I a major curve ball on our travels. So glad the temps are starting to warm up and flowers blossom, wish I could get out and explore, I’d be much happier! Hoping to take another local wildlife drive soon! 🙂

        • Oh my goodness! I hope you’re going to 100% back to normal soon!

          Then you’ll be down for a bit recovering from knee surgery. I have a friend who is recovering from that now. She’s finally driving longer than 30 minutes, and hiking a little bit. She’s having the other knee done in July.
          I wish our bits and bobs lasted longer! I’m falling apart bit by bit too. 😦

  2. What a friendly, charming scene, Deborah! This makes me miss the days I used to scour garage and barn sales for rustic tools and wooden crates. Oh, I found this great worn sunflower yellow frame at a barn sale! It is still used to frame one of oldest daughter’s sketches.
    You are always displaying living beauty! The muted tones and softened background brings a certain wistfulness to this. xo

    • Thank you so much for this beautiful comment Robin! I’m so glad you like the image.

      That frame sounds great! I love rummaging around the flea markets, and garage sales looking for gems like that. xx

      • It is so much fun and usually prevents me from going overboard, while I write one or two things on a piece of paper. I call this a “wish or wishful thinking list!” xo

  3. I want this wheelbarrow in my garden. Such a lovely photo!

    • Isn’t it great! Thank you so much Antonia!
      I was looking at our wheelbarrow with the same intent. I just love things like repurposed in the garden.

      Our wheelbarrow has a modern rubber wheel…I asked He-Man how hard it would be to take the rubber tire off of the rim. 🙂 Ours is really too big for our yards (front and back) but I’m thinking about it!

  4. Aw yeah, snapshot of spring 🙂

  5. We used to have the prettiest daffodils, crocus, Iris, and tulips when we lived in Sonoma CA. We miss them. Thanks for the memories.

  6. Yeah Spring!

  7. That is delightful! The next time Charlie wears out a wheelbarrow, I’m going to ask him to give it to me to use as a planter!

    • Isn’t it a cute repurpose! I’d have to scrape off all the blue paint on ours. I love this rusty all over look.

      Thank you for the comment Marian!

  8. There’s an event happening in that wheelbarrow and the flowers in the vicinity are a captive audience eager to see it. Beautifully captured, Deborah. We may have woken to several inches of snow this morning but you’ve given us Spring back with this 🙂

    • Thank you so much Phil! “Event happening in that wheelbarrow” I love that!

      Brrr! I bet is beautiful with a new layer of snow. Stay warm!

      • Oh it was 🙂 but rain has now dispersed it all 😦 I’m off for a belated St. Paddy’s Guinness so warm is the word 🙂

  9. Lovely shot!

  10. This is art! Very nicely done, Deborah. That simply screams spring.

  11. Lovely! 😄🌷🌼

  12. Nice!! It’s looks so pretty out there 🙂


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