Pathway to spring

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Pathway to spring

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Looks like spring is slowly starting to colour up things a bit around here (the brown'ish winter shades get old fast).

PS: the sky in there should give you an indication of why there's no solar stuff from me at the minute :)

ImagePathway to spring. by Jochen Maes, on Flickr


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Hi,

Very good and at least you can go out and enjoy the nature.


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Beautiful!!! :hamster:

Yes the spring green is just starting to show here too, but it is very slow this year.

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Thanks Rainer/Alexandra.

Quite fortunate that I can at least do that indeed. It's slowly progressing; I'm patiently waiting for the fruit trees to start blossoming (huge orchards in the area).


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Hi Jochen...

Nice photo with the hints of spring colour!!!

An overcast and wet week ahead here based on the forecast, but we did get some much needed rain on Sunday.

It will be nice to see pics of the orchards when they are in bloom!

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Thanks Brian.

It actually started freezing again today (April weather over here for you :lol: ). So the blossoms will probably take a bit longer still.


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