Saturday, May 3, 2014

Springtime In The Mountains








A little tired after the A to Z, I will let the pictures speak for themselves. 







30 comments:

  1. So relaxing to look at and I love those orange flowers. Have a good weekend :)

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  2. Things are blooming and greening up. Great photos. i hope that you are getting some rest this weekend.
    Hugs,
    JB

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  3. Härligt när våren har kommit... fina bilder! Syrenerna dröjer nog ett par veckor till, men häggen blommar nu...

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  4. I like the road shot with Samson's ears, and the sheep photo at the end. I feel a little tired, too, Inger.

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  5. my favorite part is the ears that are up and alert and listening in the first photo... those poppies are wonderful and so is the sky and what looks like a burial mound... photos do tell stories all by themselves

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  6. beautiful blooms! great fences, too! :)

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  7. I love seeing photos of where you live!

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  8. The pictures definitely speak for themselves. They are just lovely!

    Ruby and Angel Pip

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  9. Ah -- it looks so lovely!

    By the way, your comment with your email address worked too. The comment ended up in my spam filter. I have both read and then approved your lovely comment - so thank you!

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  10. Sp fina bilder från ditt he´mmavid.
    Våra syrener har bara små blad ännu. Idag är man lite mör. VI har hjälpt grannen att plantera gran hela dagen.
    Kram M/

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  11. Like D.G., I like the shot with Samson's ears -- it's as if he looking at the crooked fence post, and thinking, 'Did Mommy put something funny in my water? I could swear that post had been straight yesterday!'

    I am bushed by the A to Z -- but I have to work this weekend -- and no new posts means no new visitors.

    And Samuel McCord would like me to get him out of that death-trap in Cairo I left him in!

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  12. Beautiful! I like the photo with all the sheep.

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  13. That arrangement is stunning. You spoke volumes.

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  14. It's Spring here in the Blue Ridge mountains too. The flowers in our meadow are blue. I like the flowers at your place. The other thing I like is how far you can see, you have terrific views.

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  15. Hooray for spring! I love your flowers! Our lilacs are just budding up. We have some bushes that we haven't seen bloom before, and they have buds this year!
    Have a happy day!

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  16. LOVE your pictures especially when nature is involved, it just completes me!!!!

    PS: so sorry about the WORD V. thingie Inger.....my spam is all gone and was so annoying. I actually found one in the month of Feb when I was in hospital which concerned me because I never let them get by like that. So far I haven't had anything all. Was wondering if you ever considered starting a Facebook page. Jim and I have had one also Sophie has one. If you need any help I could help you. You would see my pictures plus many more there. Just a thought, because there wouldn't be any spammers causing you problems because of my situation. Hey, Samson could have a FB page too!! Now that would be cool!
    Ron

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  17. Spring is coming to Colorado, slowly. Aspen tree just beginning to leaf and the little wild flowers have not made their appearance. We put out the hummingbird feeder, but so far have only seen two, but briefly.

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  18. Hello Inger! Your beautiful photos do speak for themselves. I'm sorry I've missed your blog, and missed so many of your A-Z posts, congrats on your dedication to take it on--It's blogging inspiration that I need as I struggle to keep my blog going.

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  19. Psst ~~ no more W.V. just for you!! I'll keep vigilant with the spammers!

    Winks and Licks!

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  20. Dear Inger, what is the name of those deep yellow, ochre flowers that sit so close to the ground????

    I bet you are tired after the A-Z. I can't imagine writing a posting each days. I admire your fortitude because you do this every year. Peace.

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  21. So beautiful the springtime in the mountains! What delicate and colorful flowers!
    Just lovely to have Samson walking near you.

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  22. Especially those Poppies - remind me of home.

    So nice.
    Lovely Day to YOU!!!

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  23. Gorgeous pictures. Our lilacs took a hit with a late freeze and didn't bloom nearly like they usually do....

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  24. Hi, Inger. I'm not blogging anymore, but I sometimes long to visit old friends, and so occasionally I do. It's lovely to stop by and see these gorgeous photographs of a place I often miss. I'm feeling nostalgic now! Hope life is going well for you. Julia hopes you get some rest. I hope you're okay.

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  25. wow! I love the one with the orange flowers!
    ~Katie

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  26. And your photos, Inger, spoke volumes!!
    Love those lilacs and California Poppies!!

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  27. And your photos, Inger, spoke volumes!!
    Love those lilacs and California Poppies!!

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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