Other than getting a few hostile glances from neighbours as I was busy snapping pictures, I guess I really should have stayed off their lawns, it was a lot of fun. I'm really loving my new toy. The difference in picture quality is astonishing.
I love the spring, seeing that first blush of new growth. Makes me want to go out and get dirty. In the garden. I am well aware this good weather will not last so I have left my garden alone for the most part but... it is torture. I had to console myself with just snapping a few pictures, over a hundred to be exact. Editing and cropping them was almost as much fun as taking them. More new toys from Christmas.
Here are a few from my own garden, my herbs are all putting out their first shoots, just begging for a BBQ in the near future.
The squirrels didn't get it all after all.
The first promise of pies to come.
My daffodils are so early this year
I should have blooms by the weekend.
The delicate leaves of my columbine are starting to show
The red shoots that will become my enormous bleeding heart bush
One of my late grandmother's favourites
The Orthodox Ukrainian Church
right behind my house
The lone wild pansy sprouting on the church lawn
Beautiful crocuses every where in the neighbourhood
Hard not to feel good seeing them all around
Little grape hyacinths
Some sort of heather I think
Lungwort, I think
A tiny little mini iris
Not everyone got the memo about the season change
Home renos, a sure sign spring is here
Only in the city
A Hawg with a recycling bin bungeed on the back
Cool and eco friendly.
A little Jurassic action in the neighbour's yard
Maybe time to get rid of the winter coat,
I am somewhere under all that hair
Lookin' a bit like Cousin It
I need a cut-Where are those scissors?
My first brush with Spring. Swing by Rory's and see what made everyone else's day.