Another perfect melding of images and words. Not many such photos here, the weather is moving in again. We are off to San Francisco tomorrow, to celebrate Mark's 40th birthday (hard to believe) and I don't think I will find many shots there, either.
Loverly pictures, great accompanying quote. And, I absolutely adore your header! I think, after following along with your blog these last few weeks, that I might have to make a trip to AZ and check it out for myself! ~karen
I read "Life would all be Spring", I see the bird perching in the morning, I just cannot describe my feeling.Happy morning. It is now 7:15 am over here.
Beautiful Diane... I love Emily Dickinson's words also. That Robin is asying that Spring is close!!!Hugs,Betsy
All are lovely! The blue sky and the cactus simply awesome. Spring is just around the corner.Cheers dear friend.Have a great day.
Great poem, it's a nice one to remember in the mornings.
Excellent images for a desert spring. I'm thinking it looks pretty green after the last rains.
Lovely diane. Have a nice weekend, Ev
It's beautiful! I rediscovered E. Dickinson a few months ago with delight!
Yeah I can't wait for spring!I didn't realize Robins were here.We went out to the dam today--the water is still flowing! It was pretty! ;)
oh, it is so beautiful Diane, I can't wait for spring, so full of life!
I love mornings! The air and temperature is so much better. Yup I am always happy in the morning :-D
last pic is sooo b'ful. BIrds are so breathtakingly b'ful in your area...
Gorgeous pictures and I loved the little poem too.
Amazing photo'sall so natural and wonderful :-)That picture from that little bird is almost a postcard !!!
Looks like a gorgeous morning, and your happy things make me happy to look at also.
Morning in the desert! How spectacular, Diane.
Lovely photographic illustrations of this verse by Emily Dickinson ... just beautiful views. Morning is MY favorite time of day ;-)Hugs and blessings,
Lovely scenes, and I would love to walk right onto that trail in the second photo. I didn't know there were robins out there, though can't say I blame him for stopping by! =D
I'm dreaming of spring!! And this path out into the desert looks so inviting...
love its color!
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