Monday, March 31, 2008

Saying Farewell to March...


~Remembering~ MaRcH!


~The first buds came In March..
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There is something infinitely healing about
the repeated refrains of Nature ~
The assurance that dawn comes after night,
And Spring after Winter.
~Rachel Carson


~The first flowers began to bloom~ in March!
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To the attentive eye, each moment of the year
has its own beauty, every hour ,
a picture which was was never seen before
and which shall never be seen again.
~Ralph Waldo Emerson



~Lot's of rain, a little snow, temps ranging from
the 30's ~70's

Have you ever noticed a tree standing naked
against the sky,
How beautiful it is?
All it's branches are outlined, and in its
nakedness there is a poem, there is a song.
Every leaf is gone and it is waiting for the Spring.
When the Spring comes it again fills the tree with
the music of many leaves,
Which in due season fall and are blown away.
And this is the way of life.
~Krishnamurti

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14 comments:

imac said...

Goodbye March, you have made March a beautiful month with all your photo colection.

Bimbimbie said...

The end of March means colder mornings and evenings, clear blue skies, warm days as we move further into Autumn. I've borrowed the Krishnamurti words ... beautiful *!*

Ruth Welter said...

Hi Cat...ah, this is why I came here today, to see some beauty. It is dark and rainy by me and your beautiful photos have cheered me up. : )

RAMOSFOREST.ENVIRONMENT said...

Spring there, Autumn here now.
Flowers always beautiful.

guild-rez said...

Catherine, thank you for the Award..I have posted the award on my guildwoodgarden.blogspot.com.
Right now I am very busy with my environment projects.
If you are interested you can read more on guildwood.blogspot.com.
Nothing happening in the garden, lots of snow only a few crocus dare to bloom.
Thanks again for the award.

-Cheers.

Old Wom Tigley said...

I had a fantastic March.. in blog land.. and April will be a superb month for spring and sunny pictures.

Tom

A wildlife gardener said...

I love all your flowers, especially the humble dandelion :)

quintarantino said...

I have opened my heart, mind and doors to April ... it's spring knocking everywhere!

Pear Street Studios said...

So long March! I'm ready for warmer weather and more blooming flowers!

joey said...

You have spoken, Cat ... beauty, artfully photographed and said goodbye to, is still waking in my sleepy garden. Hugs ...

Travis said...

I love your photo collection here. I got to your blog from photo and secrets. You have a very neat blog and I will certainly be back. Would you like to exchange links?

kris said...

Your March was a lot more colorful and pretty than mine! Great photos, as always. It's so great to visit here and see spring blooms while I'm still waiting for them in my gardens. Thanks!

Daniel J Santos said...

another beautiful photo collection.

I'm waiting for the summer...

Anna said...

Your images are stunning. I am so glad you visited my blog and saw the Project yellow going on so I could see all these!

I used to live in VA...I am actually visiting there right now!

Have a good week and if you come back to my blog this weekend and new project will be starting!

See you in Blogland!