Seen on nature walks last week
We had some glorious weather last week...followed by cold snow flurries and cold on Sunday. I'm hoping fruit trees and shrubs don't get hit with a nasty frost like they did last year!
Meanwhile, the outdoors has called us out to enjoy the season's abundance. The largest square: a song sparrow in between songs. He had been singing his little heart out and after this photo op he continued.
Moving clockwise: mourning cloak sunning itself. wild strawberries tempting bees, groundhog wondering what delicious crops the farmer was going to plant this year, trillium (Ontario's provincial flower) adorning a deciduous woods, and a yellow warbler sitting on a still leafless branch.
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a beautiful collage.
The song sparrow deserves the spotlight. Pretty bird and photo. I would love to see a yellow warbler someday.
I love the butterfly.
Lovely series of shots.
Fabulous collage, CameraGirl! Love them all.
A fantastic collage EG! I haven't seen a trillium for ages. We had snow on Sunday too.
A gorgeous collections of photos!
I sure enjoyed them all! =)
All pictures are beautiful, you prepared a lovely collage and I like a lot the flowers close up!
Beautiful picture collage! I saw a whole lot of strawberry blossoms the other day too. I hope you don't get a killing frost like last year too. It was +2 here this morning - pretty close. Pam
Beautiful shots from your nature walk. Sounds like you had similar weather to our nature notes host, pretty then cold and snowy again.
love that little furry critter.. and the sparrow is so beautiful. hope the cold doesnt do any harm.
Perfect spring collage EG, can't believe that you're still having bad days, surely soon the weather will settle into a warmer pattern, let's cross fingers :)
like the groundhog one. we didn't get snow. we got tiny hail. what a mad-almost-June week.
What a cool collage!
I always enjoy your nature collages. The Song Sparrow and Yellow Warbler are beautiful!
Beautiful signs of spring... We used the frost covers last night... Michelle
such a lovely warm glow to these photos!
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