Sunday, February 21, 2010

Do you see what I see?

First daffodil:
First flowering tree:
Promise of more blooms to come:
It's so nice to have a camera in hand again - and just in time for shearing tomorrow! Say good-bye to woolly sheep:
That's it for now at . . .


Anonymous said...

Oregon? Oregon? WTH!
I thought you were on a different continent at least, in order to be showing green grass and daffodils.

We've had snow all day today, here. Not much accumulated - the ground level temp was warm enough for most of it to melt ... but still!
We won't see any green or new green until May. Mid-May.

Happy knitting,
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Leigh said...

Love these shots! We got our first daffodil just in time for "Colors of February" and I've got more on the way! Very exciting, especially after the long cold winter we've been having.

Unknown said...

I consider these types of beautiful pictures a form of torture for those people like myself who still have inches and inches of snow on the ground and are getting more tomorrow:)

Molly Bee said...

Jealous! Jealous! Oh so VERY JEALOUS!

HisTek said...

Gorgeous photos! What kind of sheep coats do you use?

Michelle said...

I saw your daffodils, Leigh - earlier than ours! Of course, you are much further south - not that anyone could tell with all the snow you've gotten this winter!

Kristi, my photos are supposed to give you HOPE! :-)

Jackie, Rocky Sheep Suits - the best!

Unknown said...

goodbye woolly sheep, helllloooo gorgeous fleeces! I love the way you captured the light through the iris leaves.

~~Sittin.n.Spinnin said...

I have irises coming up, but not dafs as yet. Beautiful pics :)