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Almost Wordless Wednesday


Spring was here in all it's glory last week, so when my oldest daughter Tera got done with homework and wanted to go outside, I suggested she "capture" spring for me. I told her I would share her pictures on my next Wordless Wednesday. She was happy to accept this project because she is a budding photographer.
 
Below is Tera's Sunset Spring pictures from our home place. I hope you enjoy them.
 
 
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Sunset on our home place.

 
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Lilac leaves & buds, front yard.
 
Weeping Willow by pond.
 
 
 
Iris Buds.
 
 
Wildflowers. 
 
 


     Lilac buds, back yard.
 


Apple Blossoms.
 
 
 
 And last, but not least, she even found the beauty of the lowly Dandelion.
 
 
 

 

19 comments

  1. Hi Erika,

    I think so too. Proud Mom moment. :-) Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Hi Tamara,

    You are welcome, so glad you enjoyed them!

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  3. These are just great. You're budding photo journalist has done an exquisite job!

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  4. Those are very good! You should be proud of her and she should be proud of herself :)

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  5. I can't wait for Spring! Great pictures!

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  6. great photos, i wish I was that talented with my camera

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  7. Hi Penny,

    Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I agree, Tera really did a great job!
    Blessings!

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  8. Hi Coralie,

    Thank you! I wish spring would get springy for everyone. It's got to be coming soon to your area!

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  9. Hi Carrie,

    Thanks and I do too! She's got talent for sure.

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  10. I love these pictures - they are very relaxing!

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  11. You know I had to come and see the photos..what a surprise, you're daughter took them!
    Your end of the country is further ahead than mine, but we're starting to bloom here too. No irises though. Tell your daughter, thanks for the beauty!

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  12. Hi Janell,

    I agree! She really captured the quite and stillness of the day.

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  13. Hi Donna,

    Thank you for being so kind and supportive. I will share your comment along with the others with my daughter.
    Thanks for always being my blogging buddy!

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  14. Linda, Tera is a budding photographer! Though I live in a pretty part of Michigan now, I do miss those Tennessee views.
    --Deanna

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  15. Hi Deanna,

    What a pleasant surprise to see a comment from you here my old friend!
    You are so sweet to stop by to see Tera's pictures.
    I bet you do have outstanding views all around you in Michigan. Please share some soon.
    Hugs!

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