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March 15

To tell you the truth, I took these shots a few weeks ago. I figured it was just too cruel to post them during the big blizzards that plagued the east. If you’re still in snow, I hope they’ll feel like the promise of beauty you’ll soon see yourself.

(You may not get daffodils in January, but on the other hand you don’t have earthquakes. Blossoms may come later to your neck of the woods, but at least they stay put.)

These funny little fungi were growing in moss which came to life on an oak tree as soon as it rained.

The tiny mushrooms were 1/4″ tall at the most. They seemed to occupy a magical little world.


January brought the first tentative appearance of daffodils.


Somehow the local bank ends up with the first apple blossoms of the year. Maybe it’s Nature’s way of softening the economy’s harsh edges.


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  1. On March 16th, 2010 at 7:53 am Laurie (Moo!) Says:

    I love your tiny fungi photos! They really do look magical. Our daffodils are about 7″ tall now. Maybe we’ll see buds in another few days.

  2. On March 18th, 2010 at 8:51 am Karen Says:

    Yes, the mushrooms are very delicate and pretty. I don’t think I’ve ever seen any quite like it! Love your blog, Audrey!

  3. On March 27th, 2010 at 9:00 am mary Joyce Says:

    Wonderful!! we have spring like weather for a few days and then a little snow to remind us it’s only March and wool socks are still appropriate.

  4. On April 10th, 2010 at 10:12 am Truffle Says:

    Beautiful photography, Audrey. It’s so nice to see signs of spring through another’s eyes.

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