It’s taken me a while to decide what to post for last Wednesday’s photo challenge, I kept hoping I’d have an idea of something that wasn’t predictable. Now I’m fast running out of time and nothing unusual has sprung to mind, so here are my offerings.
These pictures were taken in early February a few years ago, as you know by now, in winter I’m always looking for signs of new growth and spring to arrive. Are you joining the challenge this week?
11 thoughts on “Winter Growth”
No. 🙂 🙂 Have a happy week, darlin! Bright and crisp and even here, but only frost.
Well, I’m clueless because I wanted to post something a bit different, but it won’t happen!!
I’m the same. I’m sure I have an image somewhere that would fit the brief – but can I find it? 😦
I did predictable. Your growth is to varied in texture and interest. Happy New year Gilly. I’m catching up on blogs today after being away for two weeks.
Me neither. Keep pondering as I too fancied something a little off the wall, but nothing so far. Still there is nothing wrong with these images!
I love this take on, Gilly! These photos are beautiful, especially the last one. 🙂
Have a wonderful week.
Lovely shots, Gilly, especially the acorns. 🙂
New growth is a perfect challenge for you, and for the new year. We’re startled here because eucalypts are putting on unseasonal growth. In summer??? And the grass is very green. I’ve had a busy week, so forgive me if I’ve skittered over your posts. I’ll never catch up with my life otherwise!
Spring growth the ultimate sign of optimism
Super images Gilly … I’m an acorn fan too!