Crocus are coming

Et av de første tydelige vårtegn har dukket opp i hagen og vil antagelig lyse opp sine omgivelser inntil vi en tidlig natt igjen vil få besøk av vår lokale rådyr-familie.
Da vil ‘salaten’ nok bli inntatt i en tidlig frokost! Men – foreløpig står den der!
Og som dere sikkert kan se, så er de første frokost-gjestene allerede på plass!
One of the earliest signs of a coming spring has appeared in our garden, and will probably
highligth its surroundings, untill we in the mulm of night will be visited by our loacal deer
family! Then this ‘fresh salad’ will surely be devoured as a tasty early breakfast.
As you may see, our earliest breakfast visitors have already arrived!

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17 Responses to Crocus are coming

  1. I so enjoyed the photos of your garden last season with the lovely flowers and the amazing closeups of insects. The crocuses are vibrant harbingers of beauty to come. Happy spring! ❤

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you! It has really been a bit on/off up till now. The first flowers arfe poking their heads up, but during last night we had 4-5 degrees below zero.
      They may not have survived ‘first try’, but I expect it to be warmer by the day during the coming week. And the I’ll be crawling out of my den together with everyone else!
      Camera loaded! 🙂

  2. Wonderful capture, beautiful colour!

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you! The flowers are starting to appear, however, last night we were back in the
      winter with 3,5 degrees below zero! But it will be getting warmer . . .

  3. Ian M. says:

    Such vibrant colours! They’re lovely!

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you, Ian.
      Noticed that you were into ‘photo’ yourself? These pictures have been shot with a so called ‘super macro’ installed in my phone!!!
      A couple of years ago I purchased this phone, and just for the hell of it – I went ‘nature tracking’ WITHOUT my regular camera bag! Phone only!
      Let me know what you think?! I can tell you: My professional cameras have not been lifted out of their bags ever since!

      • Ian M. says:

        Oh neat! My camera comes with me just about every time I leave the house, which these days is rare, though maybe I should find time to take macro shots around the house haahha!

        • Seenorway says:

          Why don’t you! There is always an opportunity. I have
          shot macros from a fight between a wasp and a spider on my living-room floor!
          Motives are everywhere. You just need to find them!
          Did you visit the link given in my answer below?

          • Ian M. says:

            I am a very shaky human. Macro is a particularly challenging exercise for me hahah. I really enjoy the last one in that link! The little house makes the mountain look even bigger.

            • Seenorway says:

              You are all to young to be ‘shaky’, Ian, but – we all have our ‘things’ to tend! I had hoped you cherrished the beautiful little waterfall in that sequence?
              The mountain isn’t all that high! Remember that the photgrapher (me) was standing at approximately 3600 feet when the picture was taken. Then you will probably have to add another 900 feet to reach the top? The ‘little house’ you are describing will be approximately 50-55 sq.meters (Just to put things in the right perspective)

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you! I was really waiting on my first breakfast guest, but he refused to leave his plate before he was finished.
      My knees gave way before then! (Sorry!) 🙂

  4. There are the same flowers, now, in the Italian mountains

    • Seenorway says:

      I don’t know how this caption changed to ‘Corona’ as the right captions should be:
      ‘Crocus are coming’ 🙂 , but I won’t bother to change it-
      To much hassle, and besides – All blogs will soon be transferred to the new Bloc Editor, only I will not follow!
      That is final! But I don’t exactly know at what time this ‘Big Bang’ is scheduled?
      But I know a lot will be changed around here. I checked one og my older posts 3-4 years back in time and ‘vertical pictures’
      were no longer ‘verticals’. Probably due to the work now taking place in the back of this platform?!

  5. utesmile says:

    Lovely Spring messengers. Happy Easter!

  6. Seenorway says:

    It sure looks that way, Eugenia, but we do have a major storm at our west coast today!
    Probably passed by Tuesday!

  7. -Eugenia says:

    Beautiful spring colors poking out of the ground. Spring has sprung!?

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