Saturday, March 19, 2005

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9 comments:

Roger Stevens said...

Spring's definitely on the way. We've had a couple of very warm days. Daffodils are out. Birds are collecting stuff for their nests. The vegetable plot needs digging. The lawn needs mowing.

The garden calls.

Do you grow vegetables and herbs then? I would guess you probably do...

Julie said...

Oh, I can't wait for spring!! I love tulips, they are my favorite flower!

Russell Ragsdale said...

Yeah I can't wait for Spring! It is on the way (it has only snowed once in the last two weeks) and the air smells wonderful so often now. Yes, of course I grow stuff up at the dacha but I try to keep it down to an easy minimum. The dacha needs to be a lazy paradise with lazy, warm, bee buzzy, sleepy, sun warmed dark dirt, where even manure can smell wonderful. The tulips lie dormant under the snow and then suddenly come starkly up, starving for the sun, nakedly looking for love.
Yeah, I need Spring!

Gama said...

I'm ready to get my shovel and get dirt all over my hands.

jadedprimadonna said...

Wow - those are gorgeous! We're having spring break here now, but it's still too chilly for flowers. =o(

sarx said...

sarx said...
Hello Russell, it has been a while since I have visited your site and enjoyed the new pics you have posted. That commercial shoot looks like it could have been a lot of fun. And we to are looking forward to spring and all the beauty of new life springing out of the ground. Tulips are one of of our favorite flowers also. As for astrophotographs I plan on doing some in the near future. I am gathering the needed items to photograph through my scope. I will post some of my astro photos as soon as possable. You are absolutely correct about the beauty of our universe. It blows my mind each and every time I peer through the eye piece of my scope. Have a great week. :)

Russell Ragsdale said...

Welcome back sarx! Can't wait to see the stellar (that was a double entendre not merely a pun) photos! Thanks for all the great comments and wishes.

Anonymous Poet said...

Pretty! I like the contrast in the colors.

Russell Ragsdale said...

Thanks a p! Unfortunately no picture can ever do them justice!