|Seagull feather ~ on Cape Ann MA ~ Shedding for Spring? ~ For Walk and Click and Out Door Wednesday|
|Spring surfacing on Cape Ann Ma ~ for Rurality and Nature Notes|
|For Cape Diem ~ prompt ~ taurus bull of zodiac ~ 4-3-13 and Creative Every Day|
|ArtMuse Dog on Cape Ann MA beach ~ for Blog Paws|
|Cape Ann MA sunrise ~ For Alphabe Thursday ~ 'T ~ Trees|
Here we are mid week and into April and signs of Spring slowly arriving on Cape Ann MA. It is so lovely to see signs of green and soon will see lovely flowers blooming in their splendid colors. Nature is always interesting here in New England. Sometimes, we can have all four seasons in one day. How is the weather in your part of the country? Hope it is good.
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Spring is slowly waking up here too. Nice photos...love ArtMuse on the beach :)ReplyDelete
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bull of a sort
Wonderful post Carol. That's a nice 'feather'-photo awesome. I like the way how you've used our prompt in your haiku. Thank you.ReplyDelete
I could use some illusions at times as reality can be harsh but instead I cling to hope and the belief that it is all in His hands.ReplyDelete
Glad that you are seeing signs of spring. The snow has melted here but very little signs of spring yet.ReplyDelete
Art Dog Muse is so cute on the beach.
Have a great week.
Very creative photo essay mixed with haihu - some talent is lurking here I suspectReplyDelete
I enjoy your beautiful posts, great photography and wonderful words!ReplyDelete
Nice post! Love the pictures. Yeah Spring!ReplyDelete
It's hard to have only illusions!ReplyDelete
Bull in a China Shop
Another great relaxing and beautiful post! Thanks!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos, always nice to come here.ReplyDelete
great photos! Looks like a beautiful place. You two sure get around!ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots. It's fun watching the seasons change.ReplyDelete
Woof! Woof! We also saw a feather on our walk yesterday. LOVE the Haiku. Lovely photos. Happy BlogPaws WW. Lots of Golden Woofs, SugarReplyDelete
You never disappoint! Beautiful photography of spring bursting forth in your part of the country. ArtMuse Dog looks to be daydreaming of gulls to chase and warmer spring days! Lovely post. Here, we’ve had extreme hot/cold/cool days. Now we are going from beautiful and mild to thunderstorms and much cooler. Our normal here should be much warmer. Look forward to your blooming snaps soon. My favorite part of spring are the flowering bulbs. Daffodils and tulips.ReplyDelete
Have a great day.....
The French Hutch
Your little Art Muse Puppy is so cute! We have one just like her living next door. She looks like she is contemplating which direction to take!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for visiting my blog!!!
Nature certainly is interesting here in New England - beautiful warm sunny weekend, bitter cold week... Your photos are lovely, I love the signs of Spring!ReplyDelete
Here in northern Virginia, we keep yo-yo-ing back and forth between the cold and the warm. Today is pretty chilly and by next week I see a 70 degree day in the forecast.ReplyDelete
Our dandelions and bradford pears are about spent here in Tulsa. The redbuds are in full bloom. We're getting much needed rain. And my ducks are casting off feathers.ReplyDelete
Lovely photos. We are very slowly warming up here in Michigan, quite the difference from last year.ReplyDelete
Loved your haiku! And your photos are wonderful!ReplyDelete
I love the shot of spring surfacing. We are just beginning to see spring here in Missouri, but the weather is still cold. This weekend should be warm so I'm looking forward to that.ReplyDelete
These are all so beautiful! We are having rollercoaster weather here; mid 30's to low 80's. Can't figure out how to dress for the day!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your walk with us.ReplyDelete
Signs of Spring here, but not as much as usual for this time of the year - a little slow arriving. Thanks for stopping by.
Simply Illusions...very nice :)ReplyDelete
Very good haiku today... really liked it.ReplyDelete
beautiful as always Carol. I am especially drawn to the sunrise and of course your pup:-)ReplyDelete
Lovely photos! Weather here in central Texas is cold and wet today, but back to full spring again tomorrow. The bluebonnets are in full bloom, and I need to get some photos while they last. Fields of blue...ReplyDelete
Love seeing your pup on that beach! You have some very nice walks.
Gorgeous photos, and love the sunset one!ReplyDelete
Love the feather and of course Art Muse.ReplyDelete
I just love ArtMuse Dog! What a cutie!ReplyDelete
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Great photos -(what a handsome muse!)...ReplyDelete
Especially love that doggie shot!ReplyDelete
I'm a sucker for sun shining through trees. Love!ReplyDelete
Love the photographs! And the pup is adorable!ReplyDelete
You can take the most ordinary object and turn it into a thing of beauty. And of course ArtMuse dog is just delightful.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos! After a much needed rain and fog to match we had sunny skies and a nice Spring feeling in the air. It was wonderful to stop by and see your post. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Oh, i love the feather, great textures, and of course AMD is always sweet.ReplyDelete
As always, I love your mix of photos and words....ReplyDelete
I think I'm finally ready for spring and am so excited to see crocuses popping up around the yard and daylilies sprouting! Love the pic of AMD on the beach! Too cute =0) Great quote, too!ReplyDelete
The photos are lovely, especially the light through the trees. Spring is my favourite time of the year.ReplyDelete
That "Blog Paws" photo is an 'awwwwwwww' kinda photo. So precious. Love the feather image too. That image needs absolutely no description, it tells a story all by itself.ReplyDelete
BEATIFUL BEAUTIFUL PICS THIS WEEK ! :)ReplyDelete
Love your capture of those skeletal trees - eerily beautiful against the emerging sunrise!ReplyDelete
Wonderful photography as always!
spring surfacing -- it is! but very slowly here in Chicago. likey your images very much.ReplyDelete
We have been having the most beautiful sunrises this week! And, sunsets are stunning as well...now if it would only warm up.ReplyDelete
I have seen a lot of gulls here in the West, but I have never seen its feather!ReplyDelete
Always love the beauty of a lens flare shot!
We're getting lots of green on the trees! Yay!ReplyDelete
We are still in 30s here in WV. Lovely shots!ReplyDelete
Catching up (again) for L entries, oh Lord, I am always LATE!
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team
Lovely and peaceful photos. Thank you for sharingReplyDelete
The tree photo still looks a bit bleak....but spring has returned!! It's in the air♥ReplyDelete
Hi Carol ~~ Like Sarah for the Texas trees here. Most are greening, a few come late like our cypress tree. Thanks for peeking in on my 'tree' "T" word post.ReplyDelete
Love the feather shot!ReplyDelete
ArtMuseDog is a cutie and cute shot!
Loved your photo sequence. My favorite was your little dog on the beach!ReplyDelete
art muse puppy has to be the cutest.ReplyDelete
love how you find the beauty in the simple things nature offers us....and I am going to try to find and use that soft dreamy frame you have on all your shots...I think the ArtMuse dog on the beach is my favorite one today. cheers.ReplyDelete
I love your photos! And that haiku is wonderful - very good choice of words. Love it!ReplyDelete
I wish it was spring here, but it's still winter in England. It was even snowing yesterday! Crazy!
Wow, i love most the feather shot. I wonder why i don't get them when there are many of those in the farm, now i am inspired to do it. Thanks.ReplyDelete
I love finding feathers on my adventures, Carol. Thanks for sharing in Walk and Click Wednesday!ReplyDelete
Oh thank you for linking into Nature Notes Carol.. the photos..cute dog and haiku are wonderful..MichelleReplyDelete
A terrific reminder on what Spring looks like and why we (most of us) can't wait for it to arrive.ReplyDelete
That photograph of The sun peeking Through The Trees is breathtaking...ReplyDelete
This is Truly a Terrific post for the letter T...
Thanks for linking.