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Daily Photo Challenge: Black and White

"But, hidden in the darkness is where much beauty lies. It is usually missed by the frightened eyes."

“But, hidden in the darkness is where much beauty lies. It is usually missed by the frightened eyes.”

Life has caught me and I have been so busy. I missed this blog so I decided to stop in and add a post. No story or tale came to mind, but I remembered this beautiful flower photo I took last month and decided to share it. Its become one of my favorites.


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Daily Photo Challenge: Green

"Green is life and happiness."

“Green is life and happiness.”

Today’s photo challenge is green. I thought this picture captures green in all its joyful beauty in a soft, bright, cheery kind of way. This photo just brings a smile to my face, I hope it does for you as well. Enjoy!


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Happy Spring!

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It has been awhile since my last post. Life has gotten quite busy as of late. I’ve been writing little story ideas on loose pieces of paper here and there, and hope to maybe complete one for my blog. I should probably update my page’s look. When I signed in today, I looked at my page and thought only of Winter. It’s Spring now, so I need bright colors!


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Daily Photo Challenge: Spring

“I've seen spring come to the orchard every year as far back as I can remember and I've never grown tired of it."- Lynn Austin, Hidden Places

“I’ve seen spring come to the orchard every year as far back as I can remember and I’ve never grown tired of it.”
– Lynn Austin, Hidden Places

Today’s photo challenge is spring. When I think of spring, I think of new life, the birds, insects and animals who have been hidden away all winter, and the new blossoms and greenery of the Earth. I especially think of cherry blossoms! When I saw this little bee working busily away among these fresh new blossoms, all I could think of was spring!


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Spring’s Slow Arrival

The world is coming to life; can you feel it? With every passing hour, she wakens more and more from the deepest of deep sleeps that Winter has put her in. The duvet of snow that was cast upon her has vanished. The sun is finally able to break apart the grey blanket of clouds and settle on the Earth’s cold skin.

With the warming of the soil, the creatures who lay dormant in the ground beneath begin to stir as well. Little by little the world turns green, and little by little, life begins to push away the sleepy cold who has held his grip on the Earth for far too long.

With the first tulip bud that rises from the soil, another will surly follow. One after another, the flowers begin to appear. The bees and the birds welcome their arrival with open arms. Happy is the sound of the feasting insects and birds upon the sweet nectar of the new blooms.

Spring has come and with her the boon of sunshine, warmth, and the promise of a summer-y  future.

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© Lindsay Amber