Tuesday, March 16, 2010

It Must Be Spring/ Watery Wednesday

Puddles everywhere!

The weather is glorious and the snow is melting. A walk in the forest means ice in the shady spots and mud in the sunny ones. And many farmyards are puddles. Yep, it's SPRING!

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16 comments:

judi said...

Splish Spash, :p looking good. Loving reflections.

eileeninmd said...

Awesome shot, love the reflections!

George said...

It's nice to see the snow disappearing, although I would hate to walk across that field. The puddles make for great reflections, however. Now if we could only get the sun to shine.

Jacob said...

We've had no snow, but we've had so much rain, there are areas of Ocala that look very much like this!

Soon, the earth will soak it all up, the sun will shine brightly and spring will leap upon you!

ewok1993 said...

what a pretty scene.

J Bar said...

Great reflections.
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amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Lovely reflections and post processing.

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful news!
After this time, I think the place will be all green!
I loved this picture!
Léia :)

Greyscale Territory said...

O how beautiful! This landscape looks almost like a lovely painting!

Kathy said...

Great photo. I love the red (barn?) peeking through the trees in the background.

Small City Scenes said...

Puddles are good. It means the snow is going away. Frogs are ribbiting and best of all--THE SUN IS SHINING. Yay!!

Carolyn said...

The weather is just glorious and a walk in the woods is so invigorating if not a little slippery! A great photo with beautiful reflections.
Smiles

Rose said...

Looks about like here...though I think you might be just a tad bit wetter.

dot said...

I bet it's still cold though!

kaye said...

I love spring puddles :)

happilyretired said...

Marvelous reflections in your Spring puddles!
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