Licht Years

where are you going, where have you been?

spring greenery


it's a beautiful day

through the field

on the trail

deep in the woods

blue dragon

spring green

split rail

spring pasture

I thank you God for this most amazing day, for the leaping greenly spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky and for everything which is natural, which is infinite, which is yes.

~ ee cummings

38 thoughts on “spring greenery

    1. soonie2 Post author

      Sarah, I loved all your photos! I also love how you call them damselflies as we refer to them as dragonflies. You are so much more civilized over there across the pond!

      1. soonie2 Post author

        I did go back and checked out that link. Very interesting! Thanks for that info Sarah! I’ll be posting some dragonfly photos soon…we are loaded with them here this spring.

  1. RobynG

    Absolutely lovely Susan! Each image is beautiful in it’s own right, but the last is my favorite. Spectacular my friend! The light! It looks like a path leading to heaven. Blessings, Robyn

  2. suzywordmuser

    I think my favourite one here is the one with what looks like a dragon fly – wonderful! πŸ™‚ I’ve never seen anything like that before, looks blue/black. Would probably scare the hell out of me if I met it in real life, but I find pictures of insects fascinating, especially very large pictures. I’ve noticed since I’ve been looking at wonderful macro images of insects my strange fear of certain creepy crawly things seem to be diminishing (now that I’ve seen their faces!) Would be great if I could get over those fears for good – it’s a little embarrassing at age 45 to be still running away from little bugs! πŸ˜€

    1. soonie2 Post author

      Haha, when I was little dragonflies did scare the hell out of me! I guess I just got used to them as I got older. Can’t say that for all bugs though…I tend to use my telephoto lens a lot! Hey, I!m almost 60 and I still run away from bugs! Have a great weekend Suzy!

  3. mpejovic

    All your photos express greenery very well but I particularly like the one with the fence and the view in the background. This screams New England landscape to me and I love it.

  4. Sheila

    It’s amazing that green is suddenly everywhere now. Soon we just might be overlooking it. Thank you for the reminder to enjoy everything about it and to soak it all in while we can. I love that quote too.

  5. aleafinspringtime

    Dear Susan,
    One of my favourite poets paired with some exquisite shots of spring. My soul is charmed and at rest. Beautiful work and a beautiful spirit that lingers on. Much love from the Land of the Midnight Sun, Sharon

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