Yea Spring.

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13 Responses to Yea Spring.

  1. Kelly says:

    Love these springtime photos! (although Jess seems to be giving you the evil eye for catching her mid-scratch)

    It’s raining here today, but at least it isn’t particularly cold rain. I’m so ready for warmth!

    • V.H says:

      Not scratching :-D. She is the only bitch I’ve ever seen that lifts a leg while peeing. If you new tab then hit the 3000X2500, you’ll see what she’s up too.

      It’s raining here too. Heavy rain too. But the feel of Spring is in the air.

      • Kelly says:

        How funny! Actually, two of our bitches do the same thing. Both think themselves dominant. One actually is (for the most part), the other is just a terrier through and through. They’ll battle it out trying to mark over each other’s spot!

  2. Kimberly says:

    Gorgeous flowers. I’m stunned by all those daffodils. And that river/stream looks like it’s moving at a fair pace.

  3. Shrinky says:

    That’s so funny, our Jake has only ever squatted to pee, convincing the kids he’s gay (he’s neither one way or the other, poor lad, since he’s had his nuts removed)..

    Yes, isn’t it great to see the first few flowers of spring raising their head? The promise of a little drop of warmth soon to come, sure does wonders in lifting the spirits! ,

    • V.H says:

      Poor fella.

      Yeah, it get to the point when you’ve just had enough of the bloody dark. And there is a blizzard in now. Not over me thankfully. It actually a very bright sunny day here. But it is delightful to see even the flower’s the size of a fingernail. They lift the day.

  4. Rebecca S. says:

    Only our sunniest local spots have any daffs yet. Very pretty. We have buds on our flowering Japanese cherry and plum trees, too.
    Jess is just adding to the moisture…wouldn’t want anything in Ireland to dry out, now would we?
    Keep up the photos…gives us some lovely perspective.
    Cheers,
    Rebecca

    • V.H says:

      Thanks, it was so dark I wasn’t able to have a low ISO. I wanted more bokeh and sharper in the zone. But I went with high ISO and a long FL and Ap @ f13 and blurred with compression. I need more practice. And I expect with more light it will improve.

  5. Sage says:

    The river is running fast, time to get the boat in the water! Yesterday’s rains melted most of the snow, but it’s snowing lightly now.

    • V.H says:

      The fishing season starts Sunday. But the river probably won’t have lowered enough for a fly by then. But you never know. That river is tidal to two miles of that point.

  6. toulouse says:

    Just popping over to say hello and I felt a warm rush of happiness at these photos. Now that it’s March, perhaps things will get a little lighter around here. And by things, I mean me.

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