Green Means Go

May 1, 2012 at 5:54 pm | Posted in Photo Tuesday, Transylvania | 12 Comments
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“April prepares her green traffic light and the world thinks Go.” β€” Christopher Morley

Have the April showers brought May flowers where you are? Have you danced in any puddles? Or tasted the season’s first fresh strawberries?

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See more “spring” at Beth’s.

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  1. Gorgeous!

  2. Stacia, you shouldl publish your photos in a book! They are beautiful!

  3. Yes, very beautiful and very professional! So glad spring has arrived – that seemed like a quick thaw?? Where I am we just go from winter to summer…then occasionally back to winter for a few days. Very annoying to have 4 different types of blankets/comforters at the foot of our beds!

  4. Love the pictures! Spring is slow in coming here; a high of 60 has us all feeling a burst of energy.πŸ™‚

  5. You know, April is the end of spring here. Summer weather is starting. Cooler, but it feels intense already.

    • I know. Oh, how I know. Dreading it. Dreading. Capital D.

  6. Stunning photographs. Such goodness in these images.

  7. Spring here means grey skies as SoCal’s ocean warms up, sending mist over all of us. The promise of sun coming, though. And strawberres, plump, scarlet and tender.

  8. Gorgeous. GoπŸ™‚

  9. What beautiful photographs! I’m going to have to look back through some more posts to catch up with you. Hope you guys are doing well!

  10. Can you please direct me to where you learned how to take such stunning pics? i’m serious.

  11. Your photos are lovely.πŸ™‚


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