Thursday, March 21, 2013


Good morning!  Here are more snapshots from early March at the canyon:

Last year's agave blossom is still standing!

curve-billed thrasher

Fremont Cottonwood


Sara orangetip butterfly

desert chicory with green sweat bee

house finch


teddy bear cholla

And, around the house and garden...

yellow bulbine

I made a rosebud baby quilt for Amelia Rose.

Odin Kitty helped.

Also this month, I had fun visiting my new granddaughter and family in Massachusetts.  I'm planning to post some pictures here from a spring bulb show that we attended. 

Have a good day!


Giga said...

Śliczny kotek pomagał Ci szyć kołderkę. Gratuluję wnuczki. Ptak siedzi na kaktusie i patrzy razem ze mną na piękne krajobrazy. Pozdrawiam.
Pretty kitty help you sew quilt. Congratulations granddaughter. Bird sitting on a cactus and look with me at the beautiful scenery. Yours.

siga said...

I was totally blown away by the red color in the bird-feeder! Beautiful! Hope those amazing cat eyes didn't notice it ;)

Betsy Adams said...

Have a great trip, Diane. Love the quilt. It's so pretty and perfect for that new granddaughter. Hope the weather warms up some for your trip...

Love your photos. We haven't seen an of our Brown Thrashers yet--but once it gets warm here, we'll see them.

Love that Teddy Bear Cholla. That is an awesome photo.

Have fun.

Thérèse said...

Oh Amelia Rose is lucky to get such a lovely homemade quilt! Sweet colors.
The Sara orangetip butterfly is new to me. Neat.

Darla said...

Love the variety in this post ... usually I can pick a couple of favorites but this time they're all uniquely spectacular and I just cannot... ;-) Although the last one of those green eyes ... hmmm, that one may be the winner! LOL

Loree said...

I've never seen anything like those fairy dusters. They are beautiful.

cieldequimper said...

Pure magic as usual and the beautiful quilt is the cherry on the cake!

betchai said...

I love the composition in each of the photo Diane, simpy very magical

thirtysevenandcounting said...

Congratulations on the birth of your granddaughter! That is a lovely quilt you made for her.

Another beautiful walk in the canyon. So many interesting things to see.


ZielonaMila said...

Such views are giving much joy, there is still a winter at me behind the window unfortunately. I am greeting

Betty Manousos said...

love your spring!
looks glorious!

stunning shots as usual.

happy spring weekend~

Betty Manousos said...

and have a great trip!
have fun, enjoy your break!

Betty Manousos said...

the portrait of your kitty is really awesome too!!

Rizalenio said...

I love all the photos esp the second image. Awesome!:)