Wow, this week has been crazy busy. Tracey and I were able to meet up once for tea/lunch/and some bead shopping but the weather was not up for photo taking! To much snow coming down and wind blowing . I was able to get out today for a while today with my friend, Jeni! She took me to a new spot and then we headed in for some coffee!
Here are my favorite shots from today:
A leaf floating in the creek. It was amazing to me with the all the snow, the creek has not frozen over.
Brown leaf, Brown leaf what do you see? Okay, I think I have been reading to much to my boys! LOL
Do you see that heart shape in the tree or is it just me? I think hearts are my symbol! I seem to find them everywhere I go.
Snow cover and icy poor little leaf, still so full of fall color!
Peeling bark! Did you know that bats, will sleep in the peeling bark? Make sure you check for them. None this time!
I know this little woodpecker is not a true macro, but I was so excited to see him in this new spot. I had to include him, that was my deal with him! WINK WINK!
Thanks so much for stopping in to check out my macros, this week! Your a gem 🙂
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Looks like you found a great new spot. I love the leaf floating in the creek. Very cool shot. Looks like a heart to me. Your hearts are all around you like hawks are for me! Hard to believe that little golden leaf can hold all that snow. Great pop of color in that shot! Your little woodpecker is beautiful with the snow all around him. Great shots! Looks like a much better week coming up for us. Spring just cant get here soon enough! Love you!
I love the floating leaf, great shot. Wonderful collection.
stunning photos, makes we want to go for a walk. I love the leaf in the water….thank you for visiting my blog, have a wonderful week
The first little leaf in the stream looks like it is coated in gold. Love the heart tree..and the woodpecker is so beautiful… I have never seen one in real life. He is very handsome.
lovely …… great shot!
First, says the Librarian, you can never read too much to your boys! 🙂
Second, I find these photographs so very pleasing to look at! The floating leaf on the water is so perfect and clear, and seems amazing you caught it at just the right time. I also wonder at the snow piled on that lovely little bright orange leaf. Why is it still orange and what keeps it from falling off? Finally, what I assume is a woodpecker, which could have gone unnoticed with it’s white and black, but you’ve captured him in your photo so very clearly! I could stay and look at this batch a long while! Thanks!
Such beautiful shots! I LOVE your leaf on the water pic.
Very stunning Kim! I love the woodpick! Have a great day!
Very nice photos. I especially like the first and the last one.
Regards and best wishes
We have a little woodpecker like this making our place his home. I adore him though I do not see them very often. Your photos of the trees and the bark with the snow on them are lovely, and your leaf captures are excellent. This is an especially nice post this week. genie
Those are all amazing shots! beautiful! That heart shaped tree hole made me smile 🙂
Your photos are fantastic. Awesome shots!
Oh! You really captured some beautiful shots. I’m particularly fond of that first one. There’s something so serene about that leaf floating on top of the water. I do see the heart in the tree. I bet from any other angle it didn’t look quite the same, but you just happened to catch it perfectly! Cool.
Wonderful! Love these shots.
Beautiful macro work!!!
THESE ARE GORGEOUS!
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