Thursday, June 22, 2017

The Round of the Year - Spring

Winter was over, but snow remained on the ground as the final season of The Round of the Year began. Earlier posts of this seasonal sampling of photographs of the natural world can be seen here (Summer), here (Fall), and here (Winter). As in the earlier posts, the photographs from my trail cameras are listed at the end of this post.

Every day of the year serves up something interesting to see (in this case to photograph) in forest and field. Some of those things are large, some small, some on the ground, some in the sky – but all anyone has to do is look and there’s something to see.




Although I spend most of my days in forest and field, there are wonderful and interesting things to see in town and city as well. Wherever you may be, it’s worth looking up, down and all around – there may be cloud formations, insects crawling about, birds or mammals, and it always pays to stop and smell the flowers. 

Thus we've completed the circle of the seasons and the round of the year, hopefully you've taken pleasure in the pictures just as I've taken pleasure in photographing these wonderful things.

Trail camera photos - 4/28, 5/7


The Furry Gnome said...

Another fabulous collection of pictures! And excellent photos too! I've been impressed with each season, but I just realized that you must do an awful lot of wandering to get such a great collection. You should be posting MUCH more often!!

Uta said...

I enjoy nature very much but you live it, thanks for your great pictures they are eye opening.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, this is an awesome collection of photos. Beautiful birds and scenery. The wildflowers are gorgeous too. Love the waterfalls. I prefer spending time in the forest than in a city. Wonderful post. Thank you for linking up your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day!

Breathtaking said...

Hello!:) Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful photos. This is such a delightful nature post.:)

Willard said...

Thanks for commenting on my blog. I enjoyed catching up on your blog this evening. Truly an excellent collection of photographs