More spring photos coming your way. It still feels like early spring here up north, but today I saw a wood anemone for the first time this year. That´s a good sign! Hopefully there will be more flowers soon. And now there are small green buds on the trees too. Maybe there will be some small green leaves on the trees in time for the 17th of May (which is our constitution day).
The first photo of this post is remains from last year, but I loved the shape of it. A few buds and then finally the wood anemone. Not a perfect shot, I couldn´t get the focus quite right, but I was out with my sons and didn´t have time to take more than that one shot. I will have to go back soon and shoot lots of lovely spring flowers.
And by the way, I´m considering changing the blog theme – again. I´m happy with how the photos look with the current theme, but there are some things that I miss with it too. Maybe I´ll go back to two columns, or maybe not – we´ll see.
Trying to stick to my theme this week (looking in/out), but want to be a bit more creative than just looking in or out a window or a door. There are so many summer flowers popping up everywhere these days (even though the weather’s gone cold again) and buttercup is one of my favorites. I thought this one was lovely and I found that it could fit the theme with the glimpse of what to come inside the bud. Hope you like it.
Yesterday was a cold and bleak day, but suddenly the sun broke through and I had a lovely walk in the afternoon. I saw a lot of spring signs, and I must say I love tree buds so I chose one of those for the blog.
Yesterday’s photo of a new bud on my Chrysanthemum plant. It’s my version of spring – inside spring. Still to cold to plant it outside
Not the best week for me considering I have been home from work the last three days. But still there are nice things to take pictures of at home too. This orchid bud for instance. It’s getting lighter outside these days so I can finally make use of some natural window light as well.