Wednesday, March 13, 2013
In the woods: April in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Even though there are barely any leaves on the trees in our neck of the woods in early April,
it is still great to get outside with my camera lens and capture
whatever we can find.
I am looking forward to next month, when our snow will hopefully be gone
so I can get out again.
These shots were taken last April out in our woods...
This waterfall has no name, it only shows up in the spring when the snow melts:
Nothing like mushrooms on an old stump for texture!:
And, to get a glimpse at the first wildflowers in our area to bloom (Trout Lilies!) are a thrill:
Spring beauties growing by an old log:
And to see the first turtles in the melted ponds--it's always nice!:
Sunbathing in the new spring sun must feel pretty good to them!:
I can feel the warmth of the sun is getting stronger.
We still have very cold temperatures here, but during the day our icicles are dripping hard
and I hear the maple trees are starting to provide some running sap for maple syrup.
Spring can't be far behind that, right???
- The Retired One
- I retired in June 2008 and started my blog in November 2008. I worked at several jobs as a Registered Nurse prior to retirement. I LOVE being retired! Blogging has offered me a whole new venue to start writing again and to share new hobbies such as gardening, birdwatching and sharing my nature photography. If you like my blog, PLEASE click on "follow this blog". Having a lot of followers reading my blog gives me incentive to continue to do photography and to continue to write. I also LOVE comments, so I encourage you to leave me a comment after you read my posts. Thanks everyone, for taking the time to read me!!
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