My that is a late bloomer if it is this past week. Do you still have snow? It was 99 degrees here a day or two ago. A new record, but my tomatoes like it.Happy WW!
How lovely! Happy WW!
Beautiful! Love the way the colors are so soft in contrast to the focused bloom in front. Nice.
What a great shot! It makes me want to touch it...I know. That's weird. :)Great WW!
Ah, so Spring has sprung in the Arctic! Happy WW, Cathy.Bobbie
Yes, it's a bit late but what a bloomer. Very beautifully taken.Happy WW.
Spring slowly but surely arriving? :-)
Just discovered your blog via Wordless Wednesday. I'll be coming back to visit!Your WW photo is nice - but I really love the photo you've used for your title. It really shows Alaska! You must be north a ways - I'll have to look it up on a map. My cousin taught school in Kasigluk for many years.
Does the bud mean that spring has finally arrived in Alaska?
I'll bet you're glad to see that sign of spring!happy wednesday
Excellent shot - I love the textures. Thanks for dropping by. Happy WW!
I love macro and the insight it gives us to our world:)
Great capture and composition there. I think so many of us down here do not realize the differences you see there. I lvoe to come and see what you have to share.Happy WW, hope you'll visit my 14th WW...Tiny Terrors at The Cafe.
Love it! Great composition.
great catch...mine is up too. hope you can drop by:http://www.womenxplore.com/2008/05/wordless-wednesday-7-view-of-punta.htmlHappy WW!
How beautiful!Thanks for dropping by, hope you had a great WW!My post...
Just found your blog, love the photos! Before now I had no idea what Kotzebue looked like! My first response was "where's all the trees!"
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