Spring in Ohio Isn’t Bad |{the serenity project}

Now that we have come around to spring, we are approaching our first full year in Ohio.

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I have really enjoyed the seasonal weather, as I have mentioned here before.  And Spring has been a very welcome change!

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There are so many beautiful flowering trees and plants here, and we have had some pretty glorious days to get out there and see them.

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It’s been a treat to get out and enjoy nature. We have really enjoyed seeing what is popping up in our own yard!

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The Serenity Project is a collaborative photography project that aims to bring a sense of peace and calm to imagery. Up next is Maibritt Olsen, Fine Art Photographer, USA. Please continue the circle to see what Maibritt has to share this month!

14 thoughts on “Spring in Ohio Isn’t Bad |{the serenity project}

  1. Oh, my, has it been almost a year already? You captured such beautiful details in the emerging blossoms and greenery that are beginning to show. I love your work!

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  2. It is so nice to actually experience Spring. Such a wonderful collection of Spring images. My favorites are the one with the water drops, and the daffodil image. Daffodils have always been a sign of Spring in Germany.

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  3. Eileen, these are wonderful macro photos. The one of redbud buds and the daffodil photo are exceptional! The Midwest may have some extreme weather in summer and winter, but the fall and spring make it worth it!

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  4. Gosh, you’ve got a lot of lovely blooms already. You’ve captured them all so well. I love those pale yellow magnolias ( I think?). And the deep tones and lnes in that last one! Was so thrilled to see it win the Daily of the Week!

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  5. Eileen, I love seeing spring in your eyes! You shared such beautiful images, and I loved them all. The backlit daffodils are probably my favorite, so pretty and makes me anxious for my own flowers to start showing themselves here!

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