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Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Crocus, crocuses or croci ?

I woke up before the crocus this morning. I was not up early for work, but up early for a day off.

The first picture is of a group of sleeping crocus then a later snap of the little flowers all warmed up.

What would a day off be without taking a picture of ducks in a puddle? *shrugs* I am loving this spring so far!

Counting her blessings



Barbara Bruederlin said...

I haven't noticed any flowers around our place. Got to get my heads out of the clouds.

Barbara said...

You need to stop and see the flowers Barbara B.

jw said...

cro·cus (krks)
n. pl. cro·cus·es or cro·ci (-s, -k
I guess it's all of the above...14 and sunny in Toronto.

jw said...
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Barbara said...

JW are you trying to tell me something? I am still thinking about moving to TO it's just not priority 1 right now
Wow I got that right? It was just a guess.

Ellee said...

These pictures are beautiful. I love taking pictures, too. When I walk in the mornings, I take my digital and record everything. I love it. You do, too. I can tell.
I once did a study of clouds. I think I must have a hundred pictures of clouds---I just don't know what to do with them---But I got 'um.
When I was in the Roman Forum a couple of years ago, I noticed there wasn't much in the way of flora and fauna, but on my way out I came across a tiny little flower so small I'm sure nobody else noticed it. It was growing on the ground, so I got down on all fours, that being two knees and two elbows----I must have looked ridiculous---and took its picture.

Barbara said...

Hi Ellee! So, You've looked at clouds from both sides now. From up and down, but still somehow, it's cloud illusions you recall...
Thank you for the compliment.
The crocuses are from our garden. They get the most attention because they are the only flower around right now.