Ancient as time, favourite tree: the oak, animal: the wolf, flower: Anemone hepatica, place: a forest near water.Bird: too numerous to name,camera permanently grafted to hand, lover of light, nature, the sea, mountains, deserts,all forests, musing on the essence of being,loving all things great and small, caring for this wonderful planet of ours.
Your magnolia looks just like mine in the spring. It's hard to imagine you welcoming spring just as we are fall.ReplyDelete
I was just thinking the same thing, Willow! What an amazing world we live in. Our garden is bursting with blackberries. Our dog Buster keeps eating them!ReplyDelete
Those sure were delights! The last one was my favourite.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos of your newly blooming spring! It's funny to think that you are taking out all your summer clothes just as I'm putting them away!ReplyDelete
This is so exciting that you are having spring. Even though we learned about this as children, it's still an amazing thing to realize happens all the time. The internet is a fabulous thing for bringing us together, is it not?ReplyDelete
Earlier in OUR spring I also took a wonderful magnolia photo and posted it on my blog. You might drop by and click back a page or two to see it. Yours is very beautiful as well.
Not sure if my previous comment about the magnolia was posted correctly. Thanks for a lovely blog.ReplyDelete
I sometimes forget we're not all in the same season. Beautiful 'renewal'.ReplyDelete
These are Very pretty!! Well done!hughugsReplyDelete
Your photo makes me wish that there's Magnolia here in the Philippines but unfortunately, That is so impossible I guess. But your photos make me feel what I will if ever I see one! Stunning it is indeed!ReplyDelete
Wonderful challenge photos! I'm sitting here envying your Spring even though our summer is still going on here in Arkansas.ReplyDelete
You can copy and paste this link to our photo challenge site, and click on each of the comments left, and from there you should be able to visit all the other participants.ReplyDelete
I hope you had fun with our challenge this time and will join us again!
Did I post the link? Oh shoot, just in case I didn't,ReplyDelete
Hello Arija! I found your blog from visiting The House of Edward and just wanted to say how much I love your photographs from the other side of the world. Beautiful.ReplyDelete
Your blog is delightful! Thank you for visiting mine. I love your photos. Yes, you welcome spring now as we welcome fall in the northern hem. and that is wonderful to share across so many miles!ReplyDelete
and thanks for your visit to my blog..wasn't sure which bush you called a velota on your comment on my blog? I am ashamed to say I have never heard of a velota..
I love your photos ~ they are wonderful!!ReplyDelete
love and hugs XXX
I love your pictures..so beautiful. Have a lovely spring!ReplyDelete
So very beautiful photos :)ReplyDelete
I agree its most amazing to see photos from the different hemispheres!
Have a nice weekend!
Your photos are beautiful.... all of them. I found myself scrolling down and checking out your others. You are very talented... thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Yep, changing seasons! We are, of course, going the other way. It's starting to be chilly at night.ReplyDelete
What great pictures. You took some wonderful shots.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos! The magnolia is lovely!ReplyDelete