Photo Friday: Serene Spring

My family recently took a Sunday bike ride down a wonderful country road not too far from our home. We saw far fewer cars (and more cows) than bikes, as we wound around the two-lane, experiencing wonderful old ranches, trees beginning to flower, rolling green hills, and the most perfect endless blue sky. All agreed that the day and the outing were superb. Of course, I occasionally held the group up, whipping out the camera to preserve the memory. I’m glad I did. Just looking at this photo puts me at peace.

I hope you’re enjoying a serene season, wherever you are.

Have you seen and photographed something unusual, whimsical, beautiful, or otherwise interesting in your travels? Has anything surprised you or caused you to pause? Or have you simply experienced a small, lovely moment that you wanted to capture? If so, I hope you’ll share with us by leaving a comment with a link to your photo. I look forward to seeing it!

Photo by Susan Sachs Lipman

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7 responses to “Photo Friday: Serene Spring

  1. Beautiful composition and colors!

  2. Suz,
    Beautiful pic and words as always. Caro x

  3. Hi Steve and Caro! Thank you so much for coming by and for your lovely and positive thoughts, as always. Great to see you both. I hope you’re having a terrific day!

  4. So lush and green! What a lovely memory. My spot was much more barren, but with plenty of colorful desert blooms:

    I have “greener pastures” planned for this Friday. Thanks for hosting your little photo game. It makes me smile.

  5. You have such beautiful green grass. Our pastures are burnt brown. Have never had a spring as bad as this. I yearn for your green pastures!

  6. Hi Michele! I love your very colorful desert blooms! The desert can be so dramatic. I look forward to the green pastures as well. So much beauty in nature! Thanks for playing.

  7. Howdy Weekend Cowgirl! Well, those green hills are just starting to turn brown, too. That’s their natural progression as the rainy season winds down. I’m sorry your spring wasn’t lovelier. I predict beautiful ones to come!

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