Sunday, 5 April 2020

Spring - It's Still Out There!

Just a few photos to let you know that I'm still here! These are shots of the Spring taken with a long lens, pictures that didn't make it into the selection I showed you recently.....























That's all for now. I hope you're all OK out there in Blogland.

 ðŸŒˆTake care.


28 comments:

  1. ohh spring has come along already soo much!!Great to see!Here we still have snow but they say on monday we will have warmer weather With temp up to 15 degrees.They say we should be careful because there is a big hole in the ozon right now..I think everything is strange nowadays!Wish you a very peacful palmsunday and thanx for sharing to us sitting here in isolation :)

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  2. Yes John Spring has sprung here and after all that flooding earlier in the Autumn we are now complaining that it is so dry that the ground is rock hard.

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  3. I especially like that second photo!

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  4. Stay well too, John. I suspect that this enforced confinement is far from over.

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  5. Lovely views of spring there. I really like these long lens views. Quite beautiful. Stay well there, John.

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  6. Oh, wow! I so love them all.

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  7. Thanks for the close ups with the faded grey background...just beautiful

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  8. I love the photos. These long distance lenses are just wonderful. You stay safe and have a super day, hugs, Edna B.

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  9. Your spring is much further along than mine but at least I do have daffodils blooming near the house to perk me up. Thanks for sharing these lovely photos.

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  10. And what glorious pictures of Spring they are. Love the bokeh. Apperture priority?
    On this side of the word I am (slowly) starting to prepare for Spring, and hope to plant many bulbs in the comming weeks.

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  11. What great shots and pretty to see.

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  12. And with the warm weather that is predicted for next week, Spring will continue at full speed 😁.
    Beautiful images!

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  13. Gorgeous to see. We have a few more weeks before we see the trees flowering.
    All is fine here!

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  14. Beautiful - I particularly like the second one.

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  15. I really like your first photo – it does look like spring. Here spring has come and not gone yet but I cannot go out and look at it – have been in the house 20 days now. My magnolia had several blooms but it is a young tree and they did not last long then I forgot to take photos. It is good that you can still get out.

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  16. So nice to see green leaves and blooming flowers! It's a pretty time of year where I live too.

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  17. Hope that you are OK too John - whatever you show here is always a pleasure to see - I really love the Spring and do feel sad that can't explore the valleys around me, but may be next year!

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  18. Your photos inspired me to snap some of my budding flowers. In all things, rejoice, and flowers are perfect.

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  19. Lovely photos - it is nice to see spring.

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  20. Fantastic shots with luminous bokeh! Stay safe and well.

    Yoko

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  21. I'm glad you posted them John, beautiful series of shots 💙 All good here in Perth, hope all's well with yourself and family ✨

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  22. Refreshing images John! Spring is such a lovely season!

    Stay safe.

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  23. I'm still waiting for it in my neck of the woods, so your photos cheer me up immensely!

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  24. Glad your're still here! A beautiful set of photos :)

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  25. Spring? I heard that it's out and around there, John, but certainly not here in NH (yet). Of course, we're all sequestered now but on my walks outdoors there hasn't been any blooms to be seen. I liked the bokah (?) in these photos.

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  26. Hi John - wonderful to see your Spring ... ours is moving forwards too - but I don't have such a great area to walk in ... still not bad - I have the sea ... if the freezing wind isn't blowing a hooley! Take care - Hilary

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