Out with the Lion in with the Lamb

March 6, 2015

The snow on the prairie is coated with a thick layer of ice making nature photography near impossible.


ice-coated prairie

When each step pierces the silence with a sound like shattering glass, my chances of sneaking up on wildlife are greatly
diminished. Add that to fumbling frozen fingers and slippery slopes trails, and you can say goodbye to amazing photographs.

But, there is hope….


The forecast reads like a slice of heaven- endless days of 40’s and 50’s are heading our way.

Goodbye winter!

That was fun, so much fun I will type it again- GOODBYE WINTER!!!! I may see you once or
twice again this season, but you are losing steam.


what’s left of our snowman

Hot dog!

I love you spring!


Some of you, from warmer climates, may wonder, Why doesn’t she move south?

I wouldn’t miss the last few ferocious weeks of winter for anything because it makes the high of spring seem ever
so much higher.

Spring is my favorite season. I have never captured it with my camera before, and I can’t wait to share it with you.








Latest Comments

  1. derrickjknight says:

    Beautiful photography and fun text


  2. Julie@frogpondfarm says:

    How exciting .. I can’t wait to see your spring pics 😀


  3. Holistic Wayfarer says:

    Goodness, stunning photography.


  4. Forest Edge Studio says:

    Lovely blog…wonderful photography!

    Liked by 1 person

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