March 20, 2014

In theory...


...Spring has sprung.  The calendar says so.  It must be true.



"Spring Magnolias"
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania


In reality?  I had to dig thru the archives to prove it.  Luckily, it was the only digging I had to do as the snow is finally ALMOST all gone.  Hope for warmer days springs eternal too.  Because...the calendar says so.







Here's where I'm linking up today ..."The Party's On"

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This week's song title is the Three Dog Night's "One is the Loneliest Number".




22 comments:

  1. Nice photo! I hope to see similar sights in real life in a few weeks!

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  2. This is a beautiful capture! Love the pink muted tones. Hopefully you will be witnessing this very soon. We are warming up for the weekend and them tanking again. This back and forth is such a tease.

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  3. Oh, I do long for the magnolias!!

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  4. Gorgeous..I can't wait to see at least one thing blooming in my yard!

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  5. Gorgeous photo…I think this is a saucer magnolia? Happy Spring and thanks for sharing :)

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  6. Get a move on it spring, I'm getting impatient!

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  7. That's a beautiful sight, one worth waiting for. Here in Maine it's spring in name only. But it's coming. I have faith.

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  8. Happy Spring! Snow is about 98% gone here ... woot-woot! It sure has been a long, cold winter.
    I'm just hoping we don't go from winter right into summer. Just sayin'

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  9. We are still awaiting the actual arrival of spring too. No blossoms here yet...but the snow just started melting enough we can see grass!

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  10. That is a great shot Kathy. Unfortunately I won't see anything like it here for a while. We had another foot of snow last night and more due tomorrow night. I'm so glad we hired a plow man to keep our driveway clean this year. What a blessing he is. I know I have a flower garden out there somewhere.

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  11. That is one glorious photo! Happy Spring to you!

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  12. Well Ms. Kathy - I love this photo! I love the angle and the shaded background with the focal coming down from the top. Man, I should be a museum curator, huh? Thanks for your enthusiasm regarding my GOOD NEWS!!!

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  13. THAT would be my screen-saver --- especially if I lived where you do. Not sure if the weather people were just yanking our chain today - but supposedly another snow next week. I am currently looking up recipes for groundhog. Fillet-o-Phil

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  14. One of the prettiest trees in my opinion!! We will be in d.c. for the cherry blossoms, they are beautiful but the magnolias are stunning!!

    I have heard we are getting more snow next week. I do hope they are wrong!!

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  15. I hope this photo has been commissioned on greeting cards in stationery shops in Philadelphia - look at that glorious colour. Just wanted to let you know that I used the quote you included in your post the other day about 'mindfulness' - it was in a test about' To Kill a Mockingbird' for one of my classes. Hope you have a nice weekend, Renee.

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  16. That photo takes my breath away...

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  17. It is almost summer here in the desert! (Not really) but it's suppose to be in the high 80's here in AZ... That is spring here in the desert!

    Hugs~

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  18. This is beautiful! I hope spring comes soon for you!

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  19. Yes, I am waiting just like you. Hopefully it will be soon and you will be able to enjoy those same beautiful magnolias again.

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  20. My good friend lives in Etown. She tells me daily how many bulbs have sprouted... And how soon she'll be cutting green grass:) she blooms wayyyy before me in northwest NJ. Beautiful picture! Even if it isn't from this year !

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Thanks for your thoughts!