Hi thought I'd have ago, probably a closed assignment but I just found your sight last week and while exploring found the assignment tasks, and if it is ok may try a do a few.
Saw this family yesterday on a boat cruise in the park, thought it might qualify.
hmm, very strange - maybe I'm posting them wrong cuz this is the 2nd no show i've had.
I'm just using the 'Insert Image' button and then linking to the location on my SmugMug page.
Is that correct?
thanks. 'Spring Bugs'
There are some breathtaking pictures in this thread!
A little late to the game, but how about this for spring? This is my very first picture I have posted on this site.
This was taken in April, in Maine. It is the start of my daffodils, which are now gone!
Nice picture, but you are breaking the major rule: fresh pictures only!
Meaning: you need to be aware of the assignment in the first place before you take the shot. You can't use your archive images just because they happen to match any of the themes.
But now that you know of it, there is always next Spring :-)
Well I have an excuse for my late entry- spring comes late in the mountains in Alaska. (and the dog ate my homework too... JK) Anyway, taken Memorial Day.
Pussy Willows from up Willow creek (backside of Hatchers Pass, Alaska)
here is the much anticipated photo (turned external links to on, which hopefully fixes it?)
How strange... I have been a member since 2004... first time posting!
Why?... because I am struggling with a new camera!!!
I took this yesterday... it is... fresh!!!
It is over exposed...
a bit...www.theoasisofmysoul.com a lifelong Journey on the road with Spirit...
This is Spirit by the way...
Ara & Spirit
My SmugMug Galleries
Seems like a good time of year (in the northern hemisphere) to tackle this assignment, and I thought others may want to jump in here as well. We are in the middle of spring here - the daffodils gone, the lovely dogwood trees coming into their own (one of my favorite things about spring here as opposed to my former home in Chicago), and the azaleas and rhododendrons yet to come.
I was able to get out several times earlier in the week but have had little time to process the images. Thanks.
I must say, though, that with me living in the Country of Eternal Sunshine I'm so accustomed to see blooming flowers all the year round that they don't come accross like a symbol of Spring anymore
Most of the flowers I posted in my earlier message are atypical because they are the first indication that the flowering shrubs are making a come back after being dormant all winter. The flowers come out before the leaves on the redbud tree, magnolia, flowering dogwood, etc. But I realize now that the photos I posted earlier don't provide give much context. See what you think of the "bigger picture" shown here.
Thanks for your input on these assignments!
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