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Sunday, March 18, 2012

SUNDAY STILLS CHALLENGE - TRANSITION

 "Photograph your interpretation of a transition……what comes to my mind is one that goes from the end of winter to the beginning of spring." 

Considering this is still "winter," these signs of spring are amazing.






To view more examples of transition, click on Sunday Stills in my sidebar.

What do you think about this unseasonal weather?

14 comments:

  1. It's 80 degrees in Wisconsin this weekend. This unusual weather prompted a post on my blog. I don't know what to think. It's like time surged ahead and spring got lost in the shuffle.

    Beautiful flower photos. . .

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  2. These sights are beginning to break through around here too. Amazing, early spring? Maybe...

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  3. Up they come. I love it when everything starts to peek up through last years leaf fall.

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  4. I am loving this warm weather. Though, it does seem a bit strange.

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  5. I see signs of Spring! Yay. It amazes me that things grow when I consider it still so cold.

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  6. These flowers are crocus ? Here, after several days of warm, le cold come back and it is raining.

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  7. Everyone is posting their flowers- I'm so jealous!

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  8. I'm enjoying seeing everything starting to grow, but I am not cleaning out my flowerbeds yet. I'm a little worried there could still be something unexpected from Mother Nature, so I'm leaving everything covered as much as possible. And for some reason, I also worry that it's going to be a dry spring and summer...

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  9. I'm loving your garden and this is the first I've seen of it. Can't wait to see more.

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  10. A farm is the perfect place to show transition, that's for sure. Lovely series.

    Remember we are in 'global warming' or better that we call it 'climate change'. there's no getting around it!

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  11. I love crocus, great transition shots! Crazy (but wonderful) 80 degree warm weather during "Midwest Winter" makes a person wonder...

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  12. We are warming up, but no flowers just yet.

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  13. I currently have -1* below. The crazy unseasonably cold weather does make me think.....

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