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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Springtime Green by the Springbox

Lots of green in spite of all the snow and cold weather.

"Thousands have lived without love, no one without water.”

~W.H. Auden 

This post is linked with Weekend Reflections.

21 comments:

  1. We have little brooks that are running and thawing more at the edges everyday, so I know its just a matter of time before I can shed these layers of winter clothing. Love your brook with all its lovely colour.

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  2. Wonderful photo! The stream of life!

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  3. ...and in no time the bushes will be green and it will be another great reflextion.

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  4. The reflections has been captured nicely.

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  5. It looks just the ditch I did photography this week, less the bottles... We had same kind of inspiration this week, I guess... Nice pic !

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  6. How pretty. The water is like a heavily tinted lace shot through with floral accents.

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  7. And I bet there was birdsong as well!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  8. what a beautiful scenery... nicely done...

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  9. A lovely photo of the stream Genie. It has such a pretty combination of color.

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  10. Spring is coming! This is just a preview. A beautiful preview.

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  11. Great colors! Happy spring!

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  12. Surely this is a site well worth seeing.

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  13. Genie, What a colorful reflection--nice work. I think we are all ready for Spring to make an appearance and then "hang around" for a while. Have a great weekend. Mickie :)

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  14. I'm so looking forward to spring now that it's nearly April! We've still got ice and snow north of Toronto. ;)

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  15. Greetings from north central Iowa. Spring can't come soon enough this year for us around here. Very pretty picture. I can almost hear the gentle sound of that water.
    I hopped over here from your comment left on "Kathy's Quilts" blog. You wrote that you had a chugging sound with a Brother machine, even after some basic maintenance/needle changing. I basically "killed" my Brother 400 a few years ago with too much machine quilting, fast sewing, asking too much from it. It got a chugging, grinding sound deep inside and it just wouldn't behave and stitch nicely. My Brother repair guy had to replace some part deep inside the machine, down inside the foundation. I guess I'd worked it till that part broke. He said he'd never had to replace one before, but maybe you have the same problem. I eventually sold the 400 but still use and enjoy my work horse Brother 1500 (extended arm) for lots of straight stitching and occasional FMQ. Knock on wood -- so far no unwanted noises from it.
    I hope you get your machine(s) working well again.

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  16. Pretty reflections. Spring is coming!!!

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  17. Where are you Genie Girl - on holiday or running with Buddy. ha,ha Just checking in as you haven't been online for a bit. Hope all is well. We still have snow, although spring has officially arrived. I found pussy willows the other day walking by the river. I also had a most delightful walk yesterday, It was a beautiful day with brisk spring wind blowing and the birds were calling on the wind something fierce. Aah, I love the sound of hungry birds in the spring. They are emptying the feeders fast :) Our Geese arrived back from wintering out at the pond yesterday and they looked lean and hungry - approx 48 at last count. They are settling in for summer - I think they are happy to be home at the pond and medium brook they have taken seasonal residence in. Have a wonderful day.

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  18. I'm sure it was nice to see the colors again.

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