A Look Back

I’m in the process of moving all my photos over to Lightroom, a great software program for editing and organizing photos. I have a lot of images, so it’s going to take a while. In the meantime, I’ll be posting a random shot or two from the archives this week. Hope it’s not too jarring to see springtime photos in January.

salmon azalea

Azaleas in the National Arboretum.

Virginia bluebells

Virginia bluebells after a rain shower.


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16 Responses to A Look Back

  1. Not too Jarring at all considering the type of weather we have had here in the Mid Atlantic region. Beautiful pictures and thanks for sharing. I do hope to make it to the National Arboretum sometime in April.

  2. Cheryl says:

    Not jarring at all, Carole. Even though I am spoiled rotten and in Fort Myers until March, I WANT to see your Spring pics and anything else you wish to post!

  3. TBM says:

    It is never jarring to see spring flowers! Thanks!

  4. Caroline says:

    They are lovely. I especially like the second one with the intense colors and the rain drops.
    When I look out of my window it is actually snowing and the temperature is dropping. They have announced Russain weather. Sounds promising. Bring on the spring flowers.

  5. Jackie Cangro says:

    Feels like spring is right around the corner. I saw a few green shoots of tulips in my neighbor’s garden this morning!

  6. Well, azaleas remind me of home – Sydney, Australia; it is summer somewhere else in the world! Lovely shots!

  7. Patti says:

    *sigh* I miss azaleas. No one seems to grow them out here – they part of the beautiful springtime in Philly. That’s a lovely pink.

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