Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Today in Georgia

For those that live where it is still snowy, a preview of spring for you.























14 comments:

Barbee' said...

Love the photos, especially the last two that appear to be a wash of purple deadnettle.

Becca's Dirt said...

Beautiful. My favorite time of year.

Illoura said...

Wow that's a lot of color! (I enjoyed your smooth snow-frosted field pictures too).
Thanks for sharing.

IsobelleGoLightly said...

Oooo! Thank you! We are having snow and ice up here in New York so your photographs are very welcome!!!

linda m said...

Oh Christy, thank you so much for the pictures of Spring. Your Farm looks so lovely with everything blooming. I thought our snow was gone but then last night it snowed again. UGH!!! Now after looking at your picture I can "think Spring" again.

Gail said...

Such a beautiful view of spring!

Sandy said...

I've been missing my forsythia this early spring. Great photos. How is the butterfly garden coming along? Let me know when you are up for a spring mountain trip!!!!!

Kelly said...

Thank you so much. Made my heart pitter patter.

~mel said...

Thank you for sharing your spring ~ it's snowing today at my place :(

Gail said...

I know Georgia was one of many states hit with these storms. Checking in to make sure everyone is okay.

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