Snowdrops, Squirrel and a Sign 3/6/14

Flashback Tuesday, March 6, 2012 – You can really see the snow falling as the night approaches in this picture of a neighbor’s house and shrubberies. The awesome view of snow action that makes this picture almost impressionistic and certainly painterly is why I’m choosing this as my pick photo of the day.

3:6:12 sigFlashback Wednesday March 6, 2013 – This is my pick photo for today and it stars those sunflowers still standing from last year in my front yard with the pretty sunrise colored clouds behind.3:6:13 sigThursday, March 6, 2014 – Today my neighbor came over and we went on a walk together.  Hi, Lynda!  We had a nice adventure and saw pretty flowers and a couple of squirrels.

3:6:14 lavender crocus sig3:6:14 snowdrops sig

When taking flower photos, a neighbor on the next block on our street east of us invited us into his backyard to get more flower photos.  This is where we saw the squirrels.  I was able to get one fairly clear picture.

3:6:14 squirrel sigThe snowdrops were almost finished blooming but still pretty and I really love the lavender crocus.3:6:14 snowdrops brown rock sig3:6:14 snowdrops fly sig3:6:14 snowdrops rock 1 sig3:6:14 lavender crocus 1 sig

3:6:14 snowdrops rock sigWe also saw some violets further along.

3:6:14 violets sig3:6:14 violets 1 sigOn our return we saw a sign (that could also be taking metaphorically).

3:6:14 signHow cool is that?

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

 

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