Photo by Salt Water New England

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Spring Forward

Photos by Salt Water New England




































24 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Loving all of the birds.

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  2. Oh Spring, Oh Spring, Oh Spring ...Oh Spring!

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  3. How absolutely delightful all of these are!

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  4. Thank you for reminding us that change & spring will come!

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  5. Great barnyard photos. Reminiscent of Jamie Wyeth's pig and Winslow Homer's roosters.

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  6. “April Come She Will”
    Thank you for sharing.

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  7. Stunning wildlife photos. And I love that yellow house. (I think I've seen it before.) It's my favorite!

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  8. Muffy I love these, especially the chipmunk! We just had a snowstorm in Maine.

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  9. Thank you so very much for the wonderful photos. What an excellent way to start the day! Cheers!

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  10. A joyful reminder that there will always be light at the end of the tunnel -- we just need to be patient, hold tight and enjoy the spring loveliness that is waking up all around us.

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  11. Fantastic. Love the strutting rooster. What a visual treat! Thank you Muffy.

    N from VA

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  12. Sandhill crames! Pileated woodpeckers...!

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    1. I think those crames are Glossy Ibises

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    2. Correctamundo. They are Glossy Ibises. Thank you.

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    3. I've only seen them in flight for fleeting seconds twice in 20 years here on Barnegat Bay. They are easily identifiable by their distinctive bills and iridescent feathers. I wonder if they are common wherever these pictures were taken.

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  13. speechless! at the sheer beauty you have given us.
    you are a dear. tireless and creative. AND APPRECIATED! xo

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  14. Great photography! cool and gusts up to 50 mph in the mid-Atlantic today. Lots of wild purple flowers blooming along the trails.

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  15. Absolutely wonderful. Thank you!
    MaryAnne

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  16. Everything is at least two weeks early this year in the northwest Conn corner. Spring is here.
    But it’s not yet in full flush. Yesterday, intermittently, all day the forsythia was fronted by flurries. Nice. Measurable snow fell further north. It’s still April.

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  17. There's an old Polish saying: Kwiecień, plecień, bo przeplata, trochę zimy, trochę lata. Essentially, April's like a braid, because it intertwines a bit of winter and a bit of summer... We've the same experience here in Ontario. Things will improve, and in the meantime -patience is a virtue.

    Your intrepid Canadian reader,

    Banacek

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  18. ...so many "perfects." Thank you!

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  19. Spring in New England is magnificent!!!

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