Dreaming of Spring!

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For this final weekend assignment, I revisited the the “Nature” theme. As winter arrived much sooner than normal for many of us, I invite you to join me with your tea in the sunroom and dream of the coming spring!!

It has been an honor to share this class with all of you! I’m looking forward to seeing you in the next one πŸ™‚

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9 thoughts on “Dreaming of Spring!

  1. very nice! what kind of hummingbirds do you get, I couldn’t tell from your picture? It’s -6 here today, almost -10 last night and I still have 2 little Anna’s fighting over my feeder. I can’t imagine how those poor little birds have to keep warm! Great Pictures!

    • We only get Ruby Throat Hummingbirds. Brrr. We actually got to 70 today, but, are headed back down tomorrow! We had snow on November 1st – unheard of in South Carolina. Stay warm πŸ™‚

  2. No snow here yet, but these colder temps definitely have me wishing for spring! I have enjoyed your photos throughout our class. Thanks for sharing your world with us all.

  3. What a charming slideshow — and I love your photos of the birds, squirrel, and flowers. I’m amazed at anyone who has the patience to get photos of wildlife.

    Re the broken photos: I would upload the ones that aren’t working again. I think jpeg files can easily become corrupt, and that seems to happen MUCH more quickly in the WordPress app than with my Windows Photo Gallery edits. Sometimes, I can find a way to “replace” photos within the post itself; at other times, I have deleted the photo and then uploaded a new one in its place.

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