My seven day nature challenge is over now, I really enjoyed it and if I had more time it’s something that I would love to continue. Meg was one of the people I nominated and she is watching spring unfold in Warsaw. This morning I saw her day six post from yesterday and I’m tickled by the idea that if she took her photos yesterday, we were snapping the same thing, on the same continent! Not such good photos as yours Meg, my eyes were on the toddlers, but what a coincidence.
13 thoughts on “Great Minds”
Incredible looking flowers.
You and Meg must be telepathic!!
I love our kindred spirithood. I was able to take my eye off toddlers, because there were only two of them, and five adults, and I wasn’t on that occasion their first choice. So I could sneak time for photos, none in situ. They’d all been picked and a there’d to me, so in fact they’re studio portraits.
I’m sad the challenge is over too, but it is demanding of time, both for bloggers and readers. I drafted all of my posts before I began posting, just to make sure I could do it. So we weren’t actually photographing at exactly the same time, but our hearts were one!!!
Absolutely! Have a lovely day Meg 🙂
I love collaborations. They bring the best out of us. Beautiful nature 😊
Spring is busting out all over! Determined to go hunting for frog spawn later. Not particularly photogenic, though 😉
Maybe if the sun shines on it, enjoy!
Such gorgeous little harbingers of spring, Gilly. At this time of year, there was always a vase containing a pussy willow branch or two in our classroom. Thanks for bringing back fond childhood memories. 🙂
My sister hung little wooden rabbits and tiny eggs on pussy willow branches, a Spring Easter tree. Yours look so “touchable”. How great you had toddlers with you!
Aw- sounds lovely, Ruth! Must pop over for a visit later. 🙂
Love pussy willows! Yours and Meg’s 🙂 🙂
I love these photo of the pussy willows! Thank you, Gilly for showing us the beauty of nature via your lens for this challenge. I so enjoyed it. 🙂
Beautiful! Pussy willows aren’t very common around here, so I am glad I get to enjoy them through your lens and Meg’s, Gilly 🙂