Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The Greenwood

Thus far, a very green Spring in North Carolina.














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  1. What great pictures. Looks a lovely Spring.

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    1. Thank you! We've had many April Showers thus far. Very nice to have distinctive seasons.

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    1. Thanks Larry. Good to see you. I've been so neglectful of my blogger - will pop over to visit yours!

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  3. Beautiful shots! And how I love those fiddlehead ferns! Hope you are enjoying spring.
    Kirsten

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    1. Thanks so much Kirsten. I don't see many fiddleheads around here - thrilled to see some in the woods. Hope you are enjoying nice weather as well.

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  4. Oh we're very far behind in spring growth... love the squirell coming out of the tree, I love them and think they get a bad rap!

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    1. Our Spring was so very early, even by NC standards - the wisteria has come and gone as have the Dogwoods; azaleas on the way out.

      YES:) I adore all my little squirrel friends.

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    2. and you can spell!
      ( obviously, I can't"

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    3. I didn't even notice! *reaches for glasses*

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  5. Lovely photos - the squirrel ones are really cute and I like the bee on the wisteria too. Spring here has lurched between warm and beautiful and cold and wet which is our current condition!

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  6. Rowan - we've had some unbearably hot days, but lots of rain and then a cool-down, for which I'm thankful. Thank you!!!

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  7. You got some great shots! I love the one of the two ducks (geese?) We have a lot of doves here, too. They sit up in the trees and hoo-hoo-hoo. A very restful sound.

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    1. Thank you! Yes, those are Canadian geese in a local nature preserve. I love the sounds of doves, and like you say, a very restful sound.

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  8. So gorgeous! Yay nature! What is the plant in the second picture? It's so magical!

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    1. That is a Fiddlehead fern. I don't see many around here. They are edible, I believe.

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