Spring Has Arrived and we are back for #sol15 on Tuesday!

Back to sharing a slice 🙂 🙂 🙂

I haven’t been away from my blog, in fact, I’ve been back here most days as I took up the April Challenge offered by Kim Douillard at her wonderful blog, Thinking Through My Lens.

She offers a photo-a-day challenge with a word focus: April Fools, history, place, outdoors… and I always feel free to make the challenge my own so even though I’m not embracing, “small” I ingest  the word each day into my mind and it lives with me as I move through it with my iPhone in search for something that might work.

For the challenge of outside yesterday, I was back home, over the Hudson for my weekly guitar lesson and I was stopped in my tracks, as early spring quietly welcomed me, but I needed sound and movement to do the moment justice, so I switched comfortably to video mode and after a few extra steps to bring the moment to my blog, hope you enjoy it!


6 thoughts

  1. Early morning sounds are wonderful to hear here too, Bonnie. The robins are busy. Love that you shared what’s going on there, too. Spring, finally – the only words needed!

  2. It is so nice to hear the sounds of birds planning their day in the morning hours. This is something I missed during the winter months. Spring has arrived—finally!

  3. The birds have been chirping outside my window in the mornings too. While I know they’ll eventually bug me (since they wake up earlier than I do), I am thankful for their reassuring presence since spring is here!

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