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Monday, March 15, 2010

That's My World Tuesday: Another spring post

Spring continues to be the big news around my part of the world with daily changes.
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It's been a wet March, so far, but there have been a few days where I could walk at the lake near my house (Shelley Lake).
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I always enjoy seeing and hearing the changes of each new season.
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The animals get rowdier as they move into mating season and call out to warn some away from their nests or to attract mates.
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The Canada Geese are at Shelley Lake year round but they are more abundant at different sides of the lake depending on the season, and spend more time in the water as it warms.
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They are also much nosier in the spring time and I can hear them before I see them.
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Back at my house the American Robin are out and about much more.
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The robin are a sure fire sign of spring as they begin to forage and nest, as well as take a bath on my deck.
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The male cardinals keep up a steady call for mates from the trees. They also warn off intruders from their nests, or that's what it seems like. The female cardinals will head for the bushes where they have nests, when they see me, but the males will be in the tree above the bushes and shout at me.
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The cardinals also enjoy a bath on my deck and this one would look over to where I was shooting from my french door, and then turn his back on me.
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The flowers are starting to pop up and bloom adding color and scent to my world.
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The tulip tree buds are beginning to get fuller and show a hint of the pink color they will have when they bloom.
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From some places at my house it is a mass of buds and color when I look up.
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Other places there is a hint of growth on the trees but many of the trees are still bare.
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27 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Dear Carver,
Your set of pictures is adorable.Those little critters are cute and your pictures perfect!
Also I enjoyed a lot the peaceful blue sky, so nice!
A great start for the week,
hugs
Léia

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Simply beautiful and adorable !! I loved the first two shots !! great post !!

NicoleB said...

This is my favorite time of the year and this time I get to enjoy it through your lens.
Love the birds in the birdbath.
I need to look for a fitting bowl to try to put one out in the yard here.
And love the blossoming blooms and trees, sigh, gorgeous!

Randi said...

Your set of photos are just gorgeous! I love the birds in the bath...and the blooms! And the spring has arrived! Lucky you.
I´m still waiting for the spring and I refuse to take more white wintershots now!!!

Anya said...

Wow!!
So many great photo's!!
Love the ducks ...
and the little bird
with red head ;)

Daryl said...

Super shots all ...

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I love all your photos, Carver! Particularly love the birds and ducks! They do seem to be enjoying the sun and warmer weather and are ready for mating!!! Spring really is approaching, isn't it? I love it!
Have a great week!!

Sylvia

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Carver: Very cool shots from your turning to Spring.

Rinkly Rimes said...

We're all congratulating ourselves on the change of season! Here we're enjoying our delicious March days when the heat has gone out of the sun!

maryt/theteach said...

Incredible shots (even the one in your header), Carver! Not too much budding around here but soon, soon! :)

Rajesh said...

Beautiful world. Fantastic shots of very lovely birds.

Martha Z said...

Spring, the time of renewal, its promise gets us through the gray days of winter.

Johnny Nutcase said...

so many great shots! the bathing cardinal and robins though are too cute...i love it when birds take little baths, so sweet!

Arija said...

What great splendour your spring brings with it while we are brown and sere with yet another hot, dry week ahead and no rain in sight.

ewok1993 said...

thank you carver for your kind words.

so glad you have all the signs of spring popping up all over the place. i would very much like to hear all those quacking.

Indrani said...

Such lovely and lively shots!

Starnitesky said...

It's so wonderful to see all these photos of spring, as I said on my blog it has been a long winter.
Enjoy your week.

Ebie said...

Your world looks like a beautiful prelude to spring! I could hear those ducks!

Regina said...

Amazing and lovely world.

Wolynski said...

All the birds are so excited it's spring and warm and they're all chattering about it. Spring is renewal.
Gorgeous photos of all the ducks, geese and little robins.

Vicky said...

Very beautiful post!!! And your photos are great!!!

Sistertex said...

Wow beautiful photos. Love the new banner too. All very colorful...spring has sprung! I love the birds in the bath, they really enjoy that! Thanks for sharing your world!

Irene said...

Lovely photos ... wish the spring was here too!

Wren said...

I delightful set of spring photos. I couldn't be happier to see the season arrive, and have many of the same signs as you arriving in my back yard. Bring it on!

lissa said...

spring is really here isn't it? wonderful views, the last shot of those colorful trees is my favorite

Ayie said...

all beautiful carver...lovely shots

happily retired gal said...

What WONDERFUL signs of Spring in your part of the world. I've never heard of a 'tulip tree' but I enjoyed all of your photos ... especially the Canadian Geese and the colorful birds. Sorry to be visiting so late ... but I'm doing what I can to catch up today after being overly busy last week.
Hugs and blessings,

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