Posts Tagged ‘spring’

Photo Friday: Beauty of Temporary

June 1, 2018

I love the beauty of lilacs, but the fact that they have such a short life cycle makes me appreciate them more.

Lilacs

Photo Friday: Time of Renewal

May 25, 2018

One of the most beautiful things about Spring time is the renewal of life, in the birth of new animals, like this tiny duckling.

Duckling

Photo Friday: Molting Squirrel

April 13, 2018

This squirrel was enjoying a little breakfast.  It wasn’t acting weird so I figure it was just molting.

Modeling for the camera

Photo Friday: Return of the Robins

April 6, 2018

Robins have always been a sign of Spring, so when I saw this one I was pretty happy.

On the fence

First Look Photo: Spring Is Budding

March 28, 2018

Tree buds are a great sign that Spring has sprung.

Tree Bud 1

First Look Photo: Spring Flowers

May 17, 2017

Spring is definitely one of my favorite seasons, photographically.  It is a time of birth, and new growth, like these tulips.

Tulips 1

Photo Friday: Full Color, Full Voice

April 21, 2017

The brilliant male cardinals have been going at the mating game, and all I hear when I walk outside is that familiar call of spring.

Hanging around

Photo Friday: First Bloom

April 14, 2017

This flower is the first one I’ve seen blooming this spring.  This is another great reminder that Spring has finally arrived in Maine.

First Bloom

First Look Photo: Spring Birds are Back

March 29, 2017

At the close of every Winter, there are several signs that the Spring weather is here to stay.  The cardinals singing is one of them, but the next sign is the return of the Spring birds, of which the Cedar Waxwing is one of them.  I spotted this one on Sunday, on my walk home.

Cedar Waxwing

Photo Friday: No Tripod, No Problem

May 22, 2015

Today’s photos have one thing in common; they were all taken in low light situations, and I didn’t have a tripod handy.  OK, that’s two things; whatever, but the point is I was able to keep my camera steady using whatever was available.  I used a light pole, picnic bench, a rock, and the post on a dock, to get these shots.  One other thing they all have in common; they were all taken with a simple point and shoot camera, which I carry with me everywhere.

Portland at night.

portland 521

spring point light 521

waves 521