Autumn and winter 20013-2014

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spatz wrote:Unfortunately, they do not live in the freedom
That's life, spatz, all of us know, that not all animals can live in their natural habitats. :nod:

You have taken beautiful pictures. :2thumbsup:
Thanks for sharing with us.
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Couldn´t resist :mrgreen: Todays´ moon:

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I was already howling a bit when taking the pic, veryvery softly ... ;)

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Bea wrote:Couldn´t resist :mrgreen: Todays´ moon:
Well done, Bea!
One should hear over and over again on its feeling. Great pic. :thumbs:
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:hi:
bea now I know it is fallow deer. I asked the owner

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Thank you, spatz!
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Some views over the fence into neighbours gardens :D

Japanese Quince
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaenomeles_japonica
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Guessing - one of the Viburnum family
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Puschkinia
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Near some ponds, also very sunny places

Willow catkins, with a lot of pollen - and a bee :)
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My first Dandelion flower this year - a lot of ants were crawling on the flower, they behaved like crazy

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Oh. It looks like a bit of summer. We here still have to wait for a long time to enjoy such lovely flowers. Bea, great pictures, thanks for sharing!
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You´re welcome, Rielite :wave:

Though we had no hard winter here in my area, it is such a nice experience to get the colors back :shake:

I hope you will soon be able to enjoy the return of them, too!
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I also wanted to have violets send, but my camera does not purple :rant:

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Ohhh .... you have already a lot of violets, spatz :headroll:

They look lovely!
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Bea and spatz,
thanks for your spring-greetings with your wonderful pics of today! :whistling:
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Riitta, you´re welcome!
One has to enjoy the sunny days as good as one can - weather forecast predicts a rainy and colder weekend :(
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Great photos Bea I hope nobody was near when you howled. :rotf: You will be frightening the neighbours. :rolleyes:
Our 'lawns" have a carpet of violets,lovely smell in the sunshine. :wave:

Our neighbours have a cornouiller=dogwood in flower. :puzzled: Its yellow.

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Our lawns here are also awash with Violets -- I have them in three colours.

Oh there is a little ant on the almost white sweet violets

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Alice, it must look lovely with the violets in different colors. Ants seem to be greedy for flowers´ nectar now.

Macdoum, I will see whether neighbours have oblique views on me, when I meet them next time :rotf:
Dogwood here is in full bloom now, bees are humming busy around it.
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Alice, I like your pictures of the violets. :2thumbsup:
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airras wrote: :whistling: jijijijiji .... women do not eat lamb? :mrgreen:
Airras, when I see lovely lambs, like on Bea's photos, I'm thinking seriously about becoming a vegetarian.. :rolleyes:

Bea, Riitta, Airras, spatz and Alice - your photos makes me speechless, they are so beautiful.
I see that spring has come much further at your place than here with me.

On Wedensday I saw my first coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara) on our evening walk. Like little suns in the ditch edge..
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Today's sunrise..
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Like Bea's parents cat, my cat like to climb trees too. She also like spring, so much more space to explore:)
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As you see, not so many flowers and green landscape here yet, but some birds have finally arrived, like blackbirds, chaffinches, bramblings and eurasian siskins. And I have heard the wood pigeon. So I'm very optimstic :thumbs:
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fantastic photosBea, Lussi, Alice, Riitta and spatz
Lussi .. women are very sentimental :whistling: jijijiji
Spring here is already underway, with maximum temperatures of 22 degrees at noon.

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