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I've been watching for the buds, and the rose-colored-glasses optimist in me figures it'll happen this week. So in anticipation of life returning to the landscape once again, I wanted to celebrate the color green. We'll start with this decidedly concrete example (kudos to the City of Kitchener for doing parking structures right, btw) and hopefully by week's end we'll have something natural to share.
Of course, if you're in the southern hemisphere, grab whatever you've got. We're an equal opportunity planetary photographic society.
Your turn: Shoot something green, then post it to your blog or website (or Facebook, or Tumblr, or wherever...) then pop over here and leave a comment to let everyone know where to find it. Check back through the week to see what everyone else is up to, and be sure to follow other participants' links home to share in the fun of it all. If you're new to the Thematic thing, head over here for the rules, such as they are. And please accept my sincere thanks for making this such a special touchpoint every week.
I like the theme and your take on it.. here's mine:http://afreshstartwithkalei.blogspot.com/2014/04/tp-289-everythings-gone-green.html
Spring is Sprung II
Wow, Carmi, I like how you livened up that dreary parking shelter! That is some Turtle power green! Bet you thought this might be tough for us winter folks, but here's mine
here's mine http://evasmoodboard.wordpress.com/2014/04/08/4486/
Heute das erste Mal dabei und gleich mit meiner Lieblingsfarbe grün !
Ich freue mich, diese Foto-Aktion entdeckt zu haben bei "evao28269"
Hier also mein Beitrag:
Dein Foto finde ich sehr attraktiv!
Herzliche Grüße aus Deutschland
After a bit of a hiatus, here I am again.
Everything's gone green
Carmi, with the lakes still iced over and the temperature hovering around freezing, green has been difficult to find. Therefore, what a surprise when I saw this in our front yard this morning.
Lovely subject! http://gillymaccsphotos.blogspot.com
We have had no snow this year an hardly any frosts so green is not hard to find.
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