meandering

in coming

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Spring has arrived!

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spring pasture

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an afternoon at
Chestnut Hill Farm
in early April

Happy weekend everyone!

24 Comments on “meandering

  1. Absolutely stunning! You are giving me hope for spring. Your images always remind me that there are so many places in this area that I have yet to explore. I need to take my camera out and find some of them.

      • I don’t think they’re quite as common as our robin. Ours are very territorial! They’re much bolder than many of our other garden birds so they’re seen a lot in gardens and allotments. I always remember the massive error in the film Mary Poppins were she’s singing to an American robin in the middle of London 😉

  2. What beautiful photography! If this is your place, I’m envious – I love the blue skies, the peacefulness in the woods, nature enjoying their place, and the spaciousness.. A lovely visual trip!! Thank you for sharing.

  3. You even make these brown and gray days look good! I love the flying geese and your duck close up too. He looks like he’s smiling at you. Happy weekend!

  4. It looks like the beginning of a beautiful spring for you, Susan!
    We’re getting there. Baby steps, you know. 🙂

    Have a wonderful weekend.

  5. Truly stunningly beautiful pictures. Wow!!!

  6. Looks like that much awaited spring is finally showing up. Such beautiful, serene images.

  7. The light and the colors are eye-catching. We still have snow here.

  8. Your snow is melting and your shots of all the beauty around you are so uplifting and full of light! I love that little can hanging on the green roof!

  9. I love the wings of all the geese in sync! Beautiful images, but the one of the field with the house in the background and the beautiful reflection is so stunning and peaceful to me…

  10. Nature’s awakening … so beautiful .. energetic … at the same time, very peaceful! ***** Fabio

  11. these are exceptional spring photos! Reminds me of all my life on the prairies even though I’m now a coastal gal 🙂

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