Covered In Pollen 3/1/14

Flashback Thursday, March 1, 2012 – I baked this lovely loaf of bread today, March 1st, and you can see poblano chiles and tomatoes in the background ready for roasting.

March 1, 2012 sigFlashback, Friday, March 1, 2013 – This is my pick and only photo for today and it stars my neighbor’s Buddha in the sun.

March 1, 2013 sigSaturday, March 1, 2014 – March has roared in like a lion with wind, thunder and rain.   I’ve always enjoyed March and today the first flowers on my street opened.  These flowers live by the Buddha from the 2013 photo.

3:1:14 purple crocus sigIn the afternoon before it was raining, though the wind was blowing and the sun peeped out here and there, the bees came for pollen.

3:1:14 triple crocus bee flying sig3:1:14 triple crocus bee sig3:1:14 bee bottom closer sigThe wind did not deter them nor did grey skies when the clouds covered the sun. I was lucky that the sun came out here and there as they were flying around so busily while being buffeted by the wind.

3:1:14 flying bee crocus sigPretty flowers in the sun with fallen hawthorn berries.

3:1:14 triple crocus sigHere’s someone enjoying berries left still on the tree.

3:1:14 cedar sigHere’s a pollen face.

3:1:14 pollen face sigThis one was so covered with pollen she was trying to take shelter (though still being blown around by the wind) to try and scrape pollen into her baskets.

3:1:14 cleaning pollen sig“Earth laughs in flowers.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

Our hearts give thanks for the Grace in the Universe!
Namaste ~ Raven


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