Tuesday, March 29, 2022
A Famous and Popular Event with Nature
I visited Washington, DC last week to enjoy the cherry blossoms. We picked a Thursday hoping that crowds would be smaller with people at work. It was also a day after heavy rain and the areas where people walked were muddy. Alas, the crowds were there in full force and the rains had knocked only a very few blossoms to the ground. Some of these are digitally painted and others are right out of the camera. I hope you enjoy the visit virtually. The last photo has a quote from FDR (Franklin Delanor Roosevelt) taken at the FDR memorial.
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Thursday, March 24, 2022
Even Birds Get Nasty Habits
The birds have been intriguing all winter, but now that the weather is warmer I can stay outside longer to catch them when they drop their fear and shyness.
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Sunday, March 20, 2022
Spring is here. Oh, there could be the errant snow that only falls by the window and never covers the lawn for more than a second or two. The weather here is sometimes sporadic. But I took a walk around the yard with my camera and this is definitely evidence that spring is here. Yesterday was in the 70sF!
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Tuesday, March 15, 2022
Taking Liberty with Botanicals
I had fun "painting" the California outdoor botanicals. Spring is in full swing there now. Below a cherry tree in the Japanese Friendship Garden. Some textured bark, cactus in bloom, and a Southern California coral tree.
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