Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Morning Wonder

It rained here on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. On Monday night a dense fog covered everything, but by yesterday morning, the clouds had rolled out and the sun shone brightly in crystal clear blue skies. Everything was covered in tiny water drops left over from the four days of moisture. Mother Nature was putting on her own water works show and just like any good blogger worth their salt.... I grabbed my camera, and set out to capture the sights to share them with you~

The Bradford Pear washed white as snow.

Rain drops clinging to the blueberry blossoms.


I love the way the sun reflects on the edge of this bloom.


My miniature pink lemon tree is oh, so grateful to be outside. It does not care for over-wintering in the basement. It has threatened to up-root its self and join its sibling in Central Florida at Aunt Kara and Uncle Jeli's.


The daffodils resemble underwater plant life.


Prickly, hairy strawberry leaves.



Wild rose water.




Freshly washed lettuce.


A gossamer Spider abode. Don't freak out on me CJ, it's only the web;-)


Even the weeds appear regal wearing their dew drop gowns.
The rain was such a blessing and we welcomed every drop, but I was glad to see the sun return today because .....


obviously, some of us have been cooped up inside for much too long!

18 comments:

Billie Jane said...

Lovely pictures!

Brenda said...

I love the weed. When I was growing up I called the bloom little bunnies. It let me know Easter was near.

bj said...

ahhh, nothing like a great rain. We need some out here in West Texas in the worst way!!!
Loved all your photos..especially you "load of laundry"!!
xo bj

bj said...

Me, again.
Your sidebar looks so nice and neat and loads quickly...where do you keep your awards? On another blog? I think I may do the same....

Crystal Jigsaw said...

Well what can I say, these pictures are absolutely stunning and I very much need some practice! You have captured the rain drops to perfection, I so enjoyed looking at your photography. And esp the gorgeous little boy rising from the wash tub. What a good idea, I could get one for my husband! A washtub I mean.

Thanks for the link,
CJ xx

Anne Marie said...

The trick to getting your rooster to wake up later is when you wake up....whistle to him....when you get his attention, throw him a treat (oats do well) and do this at the same time every morning for like a week....and see what happens....
Let me know if he gets trained like my Sir Charles!

Christy said...

Beautiful pictures! You have blueberry blossoms already? Mine are just starting to bud.

Julie said...

Love your beautiful farm blog! We wanted to raise chickens this year but did not get a suitable coop built in time..maybe next!

Have a great week!

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

I so enjoyed just looking at these photos, what camera and lens do you use? i really love your blog and your spirit!!! Thanks for sharing.
Blessings,
Sue

Vee said...

Love the photos and the nature song and the boy in the washer. Wouldn't that be the easiest way to get him clean? LOL!

ShabbyInTheCity said...

Here I am raising 3 boys and nobody has ever shown me how to wash one!!! He is so precious!!!
Your pictures are so beautiful and amazing...tell me what camera do you have?

Meggie said...

That little guy of yours isn't so little any more....so cute! Nice shots of the raindrops, Rhonda!

Barb and Steve said...

You take such beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing them.
Barb

Cottage Contessa said...

Oh Rhonda, sweetie these photo's are just beautiful. My favs are the first, which is stunning, and the last......so cute! Have a lovely day sweet friend!
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

The Beneficial Bee said...

Rhonda,
What AMAZING pictures. I'm loving your blog! Jess

Libby Buttons said...

I just love everything about your blog ! Just found you and Im staying up late, reading all your posts and viewing the lovely photos.
smiles
LiBBy

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