Saturday, March 22, 2014

Looking for Spring!

This morning we woke up to this!  That's our dwarf crabapple just outside the kitchen window and a suet feeder hanging from the hook.
 The snow was so deep on the sidewalk, the dog and I had to walk in tire tracks on the road.
By afternoon the sun had come out and a spidery looking shadow of the apple tree is splashed across the snow.
I'm sharing a little of our sunshine with you for Sunlit Sunday, hosted by blogging sister Karen at My Little Home and Garden.  Come and share something sunny yourself!

33 comments:

  1. I'm glad the sun came out. So much snow still, when is it going to end?

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  2. Yup. Has been snowing all afternoon. The boys came back to go sledding and thus we have spent our afternoon. The snow'll go fast once the temps get warm enough. Oh, and you can stop sending your snow leftovers over!
    = D

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  3. Wow what happened to the spring. I have to admit it looks very pretty.

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  4. Hi Judith. Nice shadow photo! We had 8 degrees this morning, but not any more snow at least.

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  5. Oh no ~ and Honey Bee just said it is coming out way !

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  6. Oh dear, not again...not more???? Ours is just about gone...but.....maybe more coming this week!!!...:)JP

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  7. Yep.... we too are still under six feet of snow. A bit melted this week, but it's back to -20 C again. Yikes.

    Your photos are beautiful!

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  8. I'm happy just to look at beautiful snow scenes. We had a true spring day today, but we've got a forecast for snow next week. I will be so glad to put my boots away for next year.

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  9. Judith, such pretty sights but you must be anxious for really spring weather. It is so pretty though..Happy Weekend..Judy

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  10. The Photography is beautiful.But, its a little scarey to know that snow is still that deep. Wish you a long summer to make up for it.

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  11. It's hard to believe it just keeps on keeping on. Saw the weather report for today and it looks like even more, fortunately just missing me though.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  12. Hello Judith, I hope the sun has melted you snow.. Pretty images, I love the shadows on the second shot.. Have a happy Sunday!

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  13. You do seem to be living in a snow belt, Judith. You were hit much more heavily than my area; the lawns are rather patchy with snow, so it shouldn't be long until the snow is gone. Theoretically.

    I really like the shadows cast from the tree and am looking forward to blossoms on those branches soon!

    Karen

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  14. Judith, it's a winter wonderland there! So pretty.

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  15. ...at least the sun did come out!! I bet you're getting mighty tired of snow, snow, snow?!! I know I would be.

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  16. Love that spidery snow shadow- just gorgeous!

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  17. The photo with the shadows is great.
    Now I understand, that you need the SunlitSunday-Meme...
    Have a faster springtime

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  18. Nice to see the sun come out!

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  19. Blah! My husband just got finished blowing out the driveway. I'd say 'it won't be long now' but I don't want to jinx anything.

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  20. Hi Judith, your spider tree looks amazing. We are walking in tire tracks as well, big ones.

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  21. Great capture! Doesn't it seem like the longest winter! We woke up to more snow on the first day of Spring. Ha! I think that they need to change that date!! LOL...

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  22. I agree...it's been a long winter!

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  23. Your photos are lovely. I talked to my sister-in-law in Uxbridge and she said they still had a foot of snow. We're enjoying all the spring flowering trees and shrubs here in Georgia. ☺

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  24. Beautiful shadows on the snow. The sun can make even the longest winter lovely. Have a great week, and I hope some snow melts for you.

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  25. Oh my goodness...I'm sorry you are still getting so much snow. Beautiful sunlite shadows photo!

    Blessings,
    Gert

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  26. Oh my goodness, Judith, will this never cease???????????

    The shadows from your tree look amazing.

    Again, I am so sorry to have been so MIA lately - I hope you know I have missed your lovely blog - and person- very much, indeed.

    I hope to catch up a bit this week, but it is spring break for my sister's children, so we shall see! Big hugs!

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  27. I always love the way the shadows of the tree branches on the snow looks. Beautiful pictures.. even thought I am so tired of the snow.

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  28. We have clouds, no snow-- yet. Aren't we getting just a little tired of snow? As Annie sings, thought, the sun will come out tomorrow.

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  29. Oh boy, yes, this winter is unending! It was 50 degrees yesterday here, and I woke up to 20's and ice. Snow coming tomorrow night. Love this shot, and the great shadows you captured.

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  30. Wowzers, what a unique and awesome shadow! You sure did capture a great shot! So happy the sun came out, it's out here today, woo hoo!
    Have a happy day~
    Nancy

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  31. I guess I assumed winter was over most places but clearly I was wrong! The snow is beautiful, though, if you don't have to be out in it!

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  32. Judith...the shadow on the snow is lovely, but I hope that Spring will soon come to give you respite from the cold. Smiles...Susan

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  33. Wow, that's a lot of snow. I'm hoping it will all melt away soon and your spring flowers will come up and bring you joy!
    Hugs, Beth

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