Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring

In Spring, everything blooms. I wilt.

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For Weekly Photo Challenge – Spring

~ by Oloriel on May 5, 2014.

19 Responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring”

  1. Love them! Especially the last one. 🙂 And I know what you mean, I’m a complete Winter’s Child too. :-/

    • I so know the feeling, and even worse is the fact that I was born in Spring and everyone expects me to and assumes I like it :/
      My dream world would be 6 months of Autumn, 6 months of Winter!

  2. I love this pic its the one used for the Moonlight garden challenge, really amazing just could never get a shot like that x

  3. I love really this pic 🙂

  4. Ice Queen!!!!!! LOL

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  6. Lovely pictures and such sadness conveyed with so few words. Yes, I know what yoou mean though. Wish it could be autumn most of the year with a bit of winter.

  7. Beautiful photographs.
    It is really hot here. I don’t even get out because the temperature ranges from 42-45 C throughout the day and it is only going to get worse. I love Rains… and after coldness that prevails for long, a new day with the winter sun soothing, melting my ice crystals… it certainly feels like melting those days, followed by burning which brings about another sort of relief. 🙂

    • Oh my, that is the true definition of Hell for me. I got very pale skin and those temperatures + Sun make me feel really bad and I find it very hard to breathe in those temperatures.
      I am hoping some gentle rain graces you and helps cool things down

  8. Prelepe su, naročito mi se sviđa ova druga! 🙂

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