Winter still. But, perhaps, in those brief slants of sunlight, we see the beginnings of spring!

Bird with frozen twigs

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Gardening, Raising a Family, Hobby Photography, Reading & Philosophizing...not necessarily in that order.
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23 Responses to Winter still. But, perhaps, in those brief slants of sunlight, we see the beginnings of spring!

  1. Chloris says:

    I think so. The sun had real warmth in it this morning. Just for a moment.

  2. Yes, there’s definitely a difference in the light, even when it’s bitterly cold.

    • Benjamin says:

      It’s interesting how the light feels so different at different times of the year. And it’s that first glimpse of the light of spring that makes my gardening fingers itch so! 😉 Cheers, Ben

  3. What a wonderful pic. So pretty and delicate. Thanks for sharing Ben …

  4. Amy Bogard says:

    Hope springs eternal Ben!! Lovely post! As always.

  5. bittster says:

    the birds see it too, I heard a little bit of joie de vivre in their song this morning!

    • Benjamin says:

      The birds in our backyard looked pretty darn grumpy after a few days of sub-zero temps…a little sunshine and a thermometer approaching 30 F has ’em pretty happy! Cheers, Ben

  6. Optimism, it is the American way.

  7. That is a very beautiful photo!!

  8. Cathy says:

    That’s a lovely shot! I think spring is not far off now – it’s still frosty, but the sun is getting higher and stronger! 🙂

  9. Benjamin says:

    Thanks, Cathy! Yesterday the temps were in the upper 20s (F) but with the sun on my face, I could almost feel spring! 🙂

  10. And in the chickadee’s song!

  11. KerryCan says:

    That’s an amazing photo! I can’t say I’m buying the idea that I see the beginnings of spring in it but it still makes me happy!

  12. smilingtoad says:

    I would love to be this wee bird, perched within that glazed bramble wonderland. Beautiful capture! Aye, and such resplendent light, so redolent of Spring. Best wishes,

    smiling toad

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