the road to spring

the yellow line

sprout

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a sunrise spin

there are signs

April's promise

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7 PM

I believe we have finally reached our destination.

more to come!

29 Comments on “the road to spring

  1. I love the progression of your photos! From the mysterious fog to the enchanting sunset. Beautifully done. And hooray for spring!

  2. You have certainly led me to spring through this wonderful images! Tender snowdrops and that bicylce and lovely basket on the handlebars waiting to ride off into the sunset!

  3. So beautiful, Susan! I think I’m seriously in love with this post and these exquisite photos.

  4. I can’t say that the journey was better than the destination in this case (ie, traveling through winter to get to spring). However, I love the NE spring destination, which you capture so beautifully here.

  5. Susan, I have sent your post to a dear friend in MA and she wrote the following: “The pictures are a pick-me-up.” Thanks so much, Donna and Susan, for your beautiful poetries!

  6. The signs are definitely there! How beautiful. A magic mixture of rain and sunlight working its wonders. Lovely images.

  7. Every single one of these just makes me gasp…..Susan you’re amazing.

  8. Much further down the road than us . We still have a way to go.
    Great sequence of compositions. 🙂

  9. Susan, it’s so great to be visiting some blogs today, especially yours!
    We are definitely on the road to spring.

  10. Hahah – yes the road to spring is usually pretty foggy around here. Beautiful photos as always. I especially love the foggy one.

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