Friday, March 4, 2011

Friday Photo Shootout - S (Short and Sweet)

S is for Spring (as well as short-shootout)


At least it is not from the archives.  I did manage to stop for a moment and smell the roses...er...whatever those white trees are....

And just for variety, I photoshopped it this morning.  Although my eyes are still sleepy and it may not look any different. 



I like the top version better, myself... I think.





18 comments:

  1. your short s made me smile and i like the first one best, it is beautiful whatever kind of tree it is

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  2. I love your photo of that tree. We have no bloom here in Ky yet. Plenty of rain for sure. Mark the post of your grandson Conner is priceless. A photo story for sure. Great job.
    QMM

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  3. Yeah, spring is busting out all around here too!

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  4. We're still caught in winter i Sweden... Lovely spring photo!

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  5. I like the painterly quality of the second one. If you didn't have the first, I'd be hard pressed to figure out exactly what it is.

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  6. No tree blossoms here either, but the maples are beginning to send out red tips. I like the photo-shopped version, but I am really into that stuff right now.

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  7. Nice pictures. I like the second one best. Wow, I don't think your posts have ever been this short. I'm SURPRISED!

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  8. Short sweet spring s. I like the top photo best.

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  9. It's sweet and dreamy photo. Happy weekend!
    Sunset in my town

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  10. Glad you were able to Stop and Smell the Spring Buds. Both photos are perfect for this Short N Sweet Post.

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  11. Ahhh---could it be spring somewhere? Like the top one best. It will be 2 months before we see flowers like that. But you'll have to deal with spiders sooner than Wisconsin! ;0-)

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  12. lucky you! we are still covered in snow here. pretty tree what ever kind it is.

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  13. sspring is one of the most awaited season for me whenever i'm in a country with winter :)

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  14. They are not some sort of cherry trees, are they. We have entered autumn, and this morning, it was 14 degrees. Can you believe it?

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  15. That's a lovely tree. I'd like the second version if I hadn't seen the first.

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  16. I love spring. I have pink blossoms on our cherry tree in are front yard. Beautiful pictures.

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  17. They look like they're covered with popcorn balls.

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  18. Oh please send spring my way too!

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