18 thoughts on “Spring”

  1. You are more than generous, PapaG.

    But I’m delighted you appreciated the montage and the words.

    I’m not sure it really qualifies for the competition, but we shall see. πŸ™‚

  2. Morning Ara

    Lovely picture for our front page (I do enjoy colourful pictures on our main page)

  3. Morning Janus and Soutie.

    Thank you both for your comments. Some of the photos are of spring flowers in my garden, and some I took when I visited a friend yesterday. She has a really beautiful garden. I thought I’d just stick to yellow and cream for this montage.

  4. Lovely photos, Araminta. My favourite spring flowers are violets and just the other day I found a little patch of white violets. Beautiful, but no camera alas.

  5. Thank you, Sheona.

    I seem to be improving recently; I remember to take my camera, and more miraculously, to charge the battery!

  6. Yabba Dabba Doo. The mower started on the fourth pull after the winter layoff!

    Nice pictures, BTW, Ara.

  7. Araminta :

    Hi FEEG.

    Yes, it’s always a plus when the mower starts. We haven’t tried ours yet!

    Oh, no. The annual fight with the infernal machine! Don’t remind me…. 😦

  8. Janus.

    We have such bad experiences with the first mow of the season, that we are extremely reluctant to try it, but sometimes it works!

  9. Great post, Ara, though I’m not looking forward to the “spring forward” on Sunday, clock-wise speaking.
    Also, very impressed with the spacing of your lines. You’re a cracker of codes. πŸ™‚

  10. Araminta :

    Janus.

    We have such bad experiences with the first mow of the season, that we are extremely reluctant to try it, but sometimes it works!

    My friend, Malcolm the Mower, can be a bit testy when aroused from his winter slumbers. Last Spring I recall he sprang into instant action – perhaps in response to my incantations involving a threat to take him to the tip if he didn’t oblige!

  11. Spousal unit got nearly 4 acres done yesterday, a new mower last season with a 60″ cut works wonders.
    Got SO fed up with the old one always conking out, generally just before rain was forecast!!!

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