Inspired by . . . Life thru My Lens 9:52
This was supposed to be Life thru My Lens 8:52, but
often sometimes life doesn’t happen according to our plan. My love’s birthday was last week, so Monday and Tuesday were consumed with preparations. His gift, an aquarium, took some planning - and some rearranging of the furniture! Said aquarium is happily bubbling along, awaiting LIFE.
Believe it or not, a week ago we were enjoying 75 degree weather and SUN. These pictures prove it, even though we’ve been in the 30’s and 40’s under a mask of grey and freezing rain since then. The sun will come out tomorrow? Not likely. We’re looking at this for another week, although with warmer temps. A friend of mine suggested that all the rain we’ve had this winter will make for a good wildflower season. Her words ignite a spark of HOPE. I hope these images do the same in the hearts of those of you who are still several feet under WHITE. Enjoy.
"Honor the space between no longer and not yet." ~Nancy Levin
The quintessential early bird, this American Robin was found digging for worms under a bench in Fredericksburg, Texas.
This gateway at Wildseed Farms beckons young and old explorers alike. I was hoping to find a feathered friend or two on the other side, but alas, the feeders were empty.
Even in the winter there is beauty to be found here. I was disappointed to see that they let their ponds go during the off season. Last time I was here they were teaming with frogs and fish.
Now they are overcome with another, lower, form of life.
A pair of salt marsh moths enjoying the rosemary.
I noticed this weathervane as we were leaving the farm . . .
. . . and we were greeted by this fellow when we arrived home.
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