Thursday, April 7, 2016

Wandering Camera - Month 3

I can't believe it's already that time!  Time to link up again with my friend Soma's  series Wandering Camera.   Be sure to follow the link and check out all her wonderful tips, this month she shares some on taking pictures of wildflowers, something I look forward to in a few months??!!  Right now we are still dodging snow and hail a bit...it's in the forecast again for tomorrow!
  A few of these pictures were taken on my walk this morning, and a few were taken throughout the last month...
 Blooming is starting in our small orchard...hope these delicate flowers will be ok tomorrow in the snow forecasted!
 My sweet mom-in-law gave me these little grape hyacinths a few years ago...they are looking a bit bedraggled due to the nasty weather we have been having but they are a nice burst of color to remind us Spring is coming!
 The rhubarb is coming along nicely...I see a pie in our future :)

And here are my lions and tigers and bears  wolves...we went to my son's favorite animal santuary last month.  It is always amazing to see what animals people think they should own as pets...some of these stories are sad but they all seem so happy now.
 This guy is Mufasa.
 They do have bears but my son's favorites are the wolves.
 Such a beautiful animal!
 

 Thanks for wandering along with me today and make sure to wander with all the others linking up at:
Soma's April Wandering Camera Post

13 comments:

Patty D from NC said...

Fun photos - love the one of the lion and the tiger.

Carol S. said...

Beautiful photos! Those animals were people's pets? Crazy!

Teje Karjalainen said...

Bautiful photos! Wow that lion is gorgeus! x Teje

Lara B. said...

Spring is trying so hard to get sprung. I hope your flowers make it through Kris. We have much snow and ice here too. The photos are lovely!

My goodness people think they can tame anything. I'm glad the refuge saved the "pets".

Needled Mom said...

Great job on your photos. I love that tiger one - such great detail.

~ Dixie said...

What a delight to see a picture of the delicate grape hyacinths; they are a favourite of mine.
Great pictures.
Enjoy the weekend...

September Violets said...

What great photos of the flowers! Love the apple blossoms. I was worried for our early buds too, but they keep getting a little greener even with the recent snowfalls we've had.
Beautiful shots of the animals. I've seen a wild wolf once when camping, and they are gorgeous animals.
Wendy

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

I am so grateful for these sanctuaries, at least they have a happy life now. They are beautiful. Love the photos, Kris! The grape hyacinths are so pretty! Hang in there, Spring is coming :)

-Soma

Kaja said...

Lovely little peeps of spring on its way - I especially like the apple blossom shot (and hope the blossom survives the weather). A tiger as a pet? Some people must be plain bonkers.

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Wow your pictures are gorgeous. Amazing how much further your trees are than mine.

Janine @ Rainbow Hare said...

You have a lovely selection of March pictures. I hope your blossom survives the snow. It's colder here now than it was in December!

Aunt 'Reen said...

Beautiful pictures!
I hope your early spring blooms have all weathered the snow well.

Alycia said...

Those are great photos . The Lion Surprised me - Ithought there would be more flower and garden shots - and Bam- there he was! Cool!