Tag Archives: spring

Wednesday Vignette – a seahorse convention

It’s fern-unfurling time in the garden. One of my favorite times of the year. They are so perfect when they start unraveling. Don’t get me wrong – I love them in full, extended glory as well, but seeing them like … Continue reading

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Wednesday Vignette – new beginnings

This is a big week with lots of milestones. Not just in terms of our earthly rotation – as the end of fall almost unnoticeably glides into winter – but also worldly events on the national, political arena, the beginning … Continue reading

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Wednesday Vignette – Bringing up the rear

For as hard as I tried to capture the beauty of fields full of tulips, by far the funniest and most comprehensive shot I took of the annual Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Woodburn, was this one. It was frustratingly … Continue reading

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March is the new April

Things are moving along at madcap speeds out there. If I miss a couple of days, I can always count on something having changed when I finally get out there. This time, there were Tulips among other treasures. And more blooming Clematis.   … Continue reading

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Belated March blooms – 2015

It’s been a busy few weeks, and before I realized it, GBBD was in the past. Here are a few samples of what is going on outside.

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Wednesday Vignette – Harbinger of Spring!

Okay, it’s evening, but it’s still Wednesday, so I think I’m good… For this week, a flashback to Seattle’s recent Northwest Flower and Garden Show. One of my favorite vignettes of the entire show was this lovely creation located in … Continue reading

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More February blooms – crazy huh?

To all my friends east of the Rockies – this is not meant to mock your wintry, icy situation. Instead, when we’re dealing with water shortages this summer, you in turn, can be grateful for all the groundwater replenishment you … Continue reading

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