Day Four: Seven Day Nature Challenge

Marilyn over at Serendipity, a wonderful photographer and blogger whom I have learned so much from, has invited me to participate in The Seven Day Nature Photo Challenge. To take part in the challenge I’m supposed to post one photo (or more)per day for seven days. The subject can be anything from the natural world. Most of the bloggers I know have already participated, but if you’d like to jump in and join do so! Or you can let me know and I will link you into my next post.

Spring is slow to arrive here this year, the temperatures have been up and down, and most recently down. Yesterday we had snow flurries! However, the trees have decided to bud and flower regardless of what Mother Nature may have in mind. Here are some colors from this year and last year’s Spring. Signaling transition and renewal.010

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Bleeding Hearts

Bleeding Hearts



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21 thoughts on “Day Four: Seven Day Nature Challenge

  1. We had the bleeding hearts in our former house. It was the first plant to announce that Spring was approaching. Today we were working in the garden for a few hours, because the Sun was out and that made us very happy. We have to take it day by day, as tomorrow it could be storming again… Extra Pawkisses 🙂 ❤


  2. Funny, but the last photograph of the morning glory or some kind of a wild flower on a vine, made me smile the most, Lisa. I love all of your nature photographs and they make me wish never to feature any on my own blog! Smiles, Robin


  3. it’s so great to see some spring at least via internet :o) it’s icy cold here… probably my fault because I begged for cold weather to wear my boots…. not the smartest idea LOL


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