The Daily Post: Spring

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Good morning from a rather cold and chilly Hastings morning.

The prompt from The Daily Post today is spring. Well here in the southern hemisphere we are well into autumn and driving around yesterday I noticed the lovely autumn colours of the trees now losing their leaves.

So for this post it was a matter of diving into my archives for some photos taken last spring.

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So for the first two photos I have gone for a New Zealand theme.  We always know when spring has arrived and the native bush goes gold with these golden flowers.  They are a very sweet flower and very popular with all the birdlife.

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Then there are the usual blossoms.

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Spring 4

And I can’t forget the daffodils.

Here are some other great posts for this challenge.

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/spring-2/

http://ceenphotography.com/2014/05/02/my-bearded-iris-of-the-day/

http://irisgreenwald.wordpress.com/2014/05/02/weekly-photo-challenge-spring/

http://shareandconnect.wordpress.com/2014/05/02/33200/

http://steve-says.net/2014/05/02/step-into-christmas-no-spring-into-summer/

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13 thoughts on “The Daily Post: Spring”

  1. Beautiful, Raewyn. The first times I came to your blog I thought you were from Hastings, England. Did you change your blog theme or am I just losing what’s left of my mind after my tussles with WP yesterday? It looks good, no matter whether you did or not.

    janet

  2. I am in love with the flowers that attract the birds, bees and butterflies. When we move to Idaho permanently, my garden will have scads… I really love that yellow flower.

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