March 11, 2013

"Do you see that out there?...


...The strange, unfamiliar sight?
It's called the sun.
Let's go get us a little."

--Nora Roberts, The Hollow



"Daylight Savings Time"
Project 52 (10/52)
March 4 - March 11, 2013


The week that was...

To most,  the new year begins on January 1st.  For moi?  It's always Daylight Savings Time when we get that extra hour of daylight back.  I've missed you.  Welcome back sun and light.

Happy New Year!

--Kathy

23 comments:

  1. Love the natural light in that shot!

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  2. It just makes it darker in the morning when I get up, so meh....

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  3. This is so pretty! I love DST for the extra light, but the first couple of mornings are so hard!

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  4. Yeah - the mornings don't bother me...not one little bit! I'm just thrilled with the extra light! CAN'T wait for my first after work walk of the season!!!

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  5. Great light and shadow in this shot!

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  6. Eh -I don't like it (DST) that is. I like to go to bed early and that just looks ridiculous if the sun is still up. The photo however is very pretty.

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    1. You are speaking a foreign language to me :)

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  7. Love the flowers! Beautiful! Hate the time change but love the extra hour of daylight in the evening.

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  8. Oh Kathy, I know. We had tons of sunshine on Saturday and I was not feeling well, but I had decided to take a walk outside and I walked until the sun started to blind me and I realized that is was unfamiliar. Isn't that strange? Today is cloudy so I want the sun back that I was bugged by on Saturday. silly!

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  9. What a scrumptious looking vase - this photo should be in a home living magazine, it makes me want to be standing in that room right this minute. And what a beautiful shade of red. Our daylight saving will be ending soon! Renee.

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  10. I love the extra light in the evening, but gosh it's so dark in the morning!! :-)

    Love today's compostion!

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  11. Love daylight savings time! I grew up in Southern Cali where there is lots of sun, I miss the sun too, since I now live in the PNW--lots of clouds!

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  12. Oh, not used to the time change yet. Maybe it's because the sun hasn't been shining so haven't been able to enjoy that extra hour of "sun". Beautiful tulips!!

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  13. Amen! This was the first weekend that I actually felt a little bit of spring fever! We got 11 inches of snow on Friday and it was melted by Sunday morning. Cant beat that! The sun was warm and it was 55 degrees. Bring on spring!! I am tired as heck with lsoing an hour of daylight but I'll live haha! (The boy incubating in my belly is making me tired too - not a good combo haha!)

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  14. Happy New Year and as Skye said, Amen!

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  15. ... but where'd you go? So happy you caught it! Love the tulips, not long until they're blooming everywhere.

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  16. What a beautiful. Vase you have there....and the light is looking very much like "spring is in the air"

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  17. Just wish we didn't have to lose an hour especially on Sunday. Great natural light shot.

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  18. I love the arrival of Daylight Savings and the extra hour of sun in the evenings! I just don't understand why they can't keep it that way!

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  19. That extra light is so wonderful...beautiful flowers!

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  20. The tulips and the light are beautiful, but oh my, I covet that vase!:-)

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