Monday, February 23, 2009

Spring? / My World

Nope! Not spring yet


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55 comments:

antigoni said...

Be patient. Spring will come soon.

Hilda said...

Oh wow, that is an awesome view! Kind of reminds me of the Apocalypse.
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cieldequimper said...

I just don't know what to say anymore! I think I'll just keep shouting "WOW" at you! ;-)I can't wait for spring to see your marvels!

Leora said...

Funny title! It does look like some sort of strange apocalypse. A neat scene.

Becky and Gary said...

Ditto here ! I did hear the Spring song of the male Cardinal on Saturday. What a joy !
Cheer, Cheer, Cheer.
B.

see you there! said...

Brrr! We're in the midst of a downpour here. Not spring yet but I'm sure all this is making the waiting plants happy.

Darla

Ineke said...

Wow. I don't know whether to be jealous (we hardly ever have snow) or pity you.
Fantastic shot either way :)

Abe Lincoln said...

Clever. I stopped and read your blog and looked at the photograph. I just wanted you to know.

PERBS said...

I am envious of your snow BUT I did find the first spring flower here recently AND the internet says it appears between march and . . . so it was even early! Thanks again for identifying it.

This photo of yours speaks volumes and I love it. If not for a digital world, I would not have taken a photo like it but so glad it is and that you did! Just beautiful!

I also left a comment on post below.

Tricia said...

I'm trying my best to be patient, too - but I'm nearing the end of my rapidly fraying rope! hehehe

Louise said...

If YOU have Spring, I'm moving north! So I guess I stay. Beautiful!

Small City Scenes said...

Goodness--that is just painful to look at. Looks like some strange creatures trying to rise up---hey maybe that is SPRING!! No NO NO!
It will come soon---I am hoping for your sake. MB

Jacob said...

Oh migod!

Carver said...

Looks like you have a ways to go for spring but at least there is ground and old plants peeking through the snow. Interesting shot.

Mary said...

No, not spring, but a really cool photo!

shaker said...

It's raining here !

Arija said...

It may not be spring yet, but such a lovely bent world to enjoy while you wait!

Sylvia K said...

That is an incredible shot! and it does stir my longing for spring! Although I have to admit that although it's gray and cold here, it's nothing like your photo -- I'm just a wuss!

fishing guy said...

EG: It is the same in my world with the Febuary thaw gone.

ewok1993 said...

that is an exceptional photograph.

sit still it wont be long before the snow melts all your blues away.

Leanne said...

I hope spring comes soon that photo has such a sad feeling.

Mojo said...

It does have kind of that "nuclear winter, day after tomorrow" vibe about it. I could stare at this for a while!

maryt/theteach said...

Yikes, EG! That looks soooo cold! :)

Babooshka said...

Spring! Ah remember it well. Soon it will be here to replace the wasteland

SandyCarlson said...

Those stalks look so humble under that snow!

Shammickite said...

I keep hoping.... but it's darned chilly today with that north wind blowing!

imac said...

Thats a beautiful - well captured photo, I really like the angle you you shot it.

ilanadavita said...

Interesting angle; great photo!

Catherine said...

Oh! no! far from feeling the sun warmth !
I love the different texture of your picture. Very interesting to look at it. just like an artwork in relief.

Susan said...

That's a beautiful shot, a real postcard of a view... but I want Spring now!! LOL This scene would make a wonderful 'grand finale' to winter, really lovely.

Ruth said...

Great winter picture, even if we have had quite enough of it.

lisaschaos said...

It may not be spring yet but it sure is pretty!

Wren said...

Yes, that's what it's looking like in my world, too. Last year this time I had open water, lots of ducks and geese, and sandhill cranes to blog. This year, we all still have snow, and none of us want to blog or read about it any more.

Think warm, sunny thoughts!

Janie said...

The cornstalks look sad, all bent down by the snow.
I'm looking forward to spring, too. Can't be much longer.

BJ Roan said...

No spring here yet either! Love the snowy corn field.

Kris said...

Snow on corn, I've never seen that before.

innergybeauty said...

Hope there would be snow in Philippines. Check out mine "Sunken Cementery.

Rose said...

Oh, I so love this one!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

BRRRRRRRR you need to come to the desert for awhile as we have lots of sunshine

Rob Inukshuk said...

Yep, spring it is NOT in the Frozen North. Brilliant pic though. Well done.

Cloudia said...

Awesome Picture!
Aloha-

Gaelyn said...

Certainly not where you are. 65 degrees F under high clouds warm here today.
What an excellent perspective and absolutely awesome capture. You must have been cold and wet.
Seems many are hoping for spring.

Thanks for sharing this.

Gattina said...

Your picture expresses very much my actual feelings about winter !! I should frame it and hang on my wall until spring is there !

Lilli & Nevada said...

Boy i guess not. You still have a lot of snow. Love the angle of the photo shot

Inkivääri said...

Auts, don't look like spring8) But it's coming...

Blognote said...

That is really beautiful!!

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

heeh EG,
I red about your spring lovely photo here,and do ypuy have tulips there too?
Where you live,is that near Ottawa?( my family lives there thats why I'm asking) I am interested where this photo has been taken.

Happy my world
www.joannwalraven.blogspot.com

JoAnn/Holland

Dirk said...

Scrolled through your posts. Enjoyed the great pictures and still a lot of snow in Canada.

VALKYRIEN said...

Great shot! And you are waiting for spring....as we are in Norway! Love the angel of the shot!

dot said...

Even old dead corn fields look great in your world!

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

LOL I guess not! That almost looks like some creepy alien army, I know vivd imagination!

Tarolino said...

This picture is pure ART like most of youpictures too. I love this.

nadia said...

That is so cool!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Wow! What an amazing shot. That's a really unusual looking landscape.

Judy said...

so cool!! love the soft effect of the trees!!

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