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My View 2012 (March)

By: PeaceRiverBP , 2:45 PM GMT on March 01, 2012

Here are a few days from January and February:

January 1st, 2012, approximately 8am. 39 degrees

January 15th, 9am, 14 degrees

February 1st,7am, 42 degrees

February 15th, 8am, 40 degrees

And now onto March:

March 1st, 8am, 38 degrees

March 2nd, 7:45am, 32 degrees

March 3rd, 9am, 40 degrees

March 4th, 9am, 40 degrees

March 5th, 8am, 30 degrees

March 6th, 9am, 27 degrees

March 7th, 7:30am, 40 degrees

March 8th, 8am, 48 degrees

March 9th, 7:30am, 38 degrees

March 10th, 6am, 31 degrees

March 11, 8am, 40 degrees

March 12, 8am, 39 degrees

March 13th, 8am, 40 degrees

March 14th, 7:45am, 40 degrees

March 15th, 8:30am, 39 degrees

March 16th, 8am, 38 degrees

March 17th, 9am, 40 degrees

March 18th, 9am, 41 degrees

March 19th, 7am, 42 degrees

March 20th, 8:30am, 45 degrees

March 21st, 8am, 52 degrees

March 22nd, 9am, 54 degrees

March 23rd, 7:30am, 58 degrees

March 24th, 7:30am, 45 degrees

March 25th, 9am, 44 degrees

March 26th, 7:30am, 42 degrees

March 27th, 7:45am, 32 degrees

March 28th 7:30am, 33 degrees

March 29th, 8:30am, 40 degrees

March 30th, 7:30am, 38 degrees

March 31st, 9am, 37 degrees

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48. PeaceRiverBP
2:33 PM GMT on April 01, 2012
Pros and Sandi: Hope you don't mind; I brought your posts and my replies over to my April blog.
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47. sandiquiz
8:26 AM GMT on April 01, 2012

Happy April, and hopefully a few more brighter days and greenth on your trees.

The smaller trees alongside my garden are now in leaf, with the big ash trees budding up - another week or so and I will be fully green, then I will take you a photo:)
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46. Proserpina
2:39 AM GMT on April 01, 2012
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45. PeaceRiverBP
1:53 PM GMT on March 31, 2012
Today is a dark, rainy day, but there is at least one thing to brighten the scenery; can you see him?

His mate was just outside of the shots, but they flew over to the bird feeder before I could get a photo that included them both.
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44. PeaceRiverBP
12:01 AM GMT on March 31, 2012
Gamma; Those pesky critters are a pain in the butt to keep out of the fish ponds and the smaller ones are much harder to protect and maintain. But I do remember how cute your little pond was.... I guess you could always get a big goldfish bowl, which would be easier to keep up. I had goldfish in an aquarium for many years and I miss having them, but maybe one day I'll get another set up.

Hope you have a wonderful weekend! You're going to a wedding, aren't you? Have fun!
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43. seflagamma
3:00 PM GMT on March 30, 2012
Beth, good morning to you.

Actually the last time the birds or racoons or what ever ate my 5 goldfish with carnage all over the place.. I gave it up last spring.

I kept it for about 5 yrs and the upkeep and cost got to be too much. I had to start letting a few things go from my very busy world so I let the goldfish pond go...

I still miss them they were so cute,but I don't miss the daily feeding and the cleaning of the pond and keeping the filter clean,etc..

You have a great weekend.
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42. PeaceRiverBP
1:06 PM GMT on March 30, 2012
Good morning, Gamma! Some of the ornamental bushes are beginning to show tiny new leaves as they emerge from their buds and more and more forsythia are blooming... what a treat, after a long, gray winter!

Don't you still have your water garden with goldfish or did you give up on keeping the predators out of it?

Happy Friday! :-)
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41. seflagamma
3:31 PM GMT on March 29, 2012
Good morning Peace,

Just came by to get my weekly view of your "view" .. oh so no green leafs yet, they will come soon.

I am loving Sandi's pond also, I've always wanted one but my garden is too small and
I chose to have a swimming pool! LOL

YOu have a great weekend!!
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40. PeaceRiverBP
1:25 PM GMT on March 26, 2012
Janetlee; What a wonderful collection of morning shots! I see that you've been having quite a bit of fog, too! I'm envious that you're able to start working in your garden already; we're still too cold to put anything in yet, but I have started the first round of tomato seedlings indoors (I'm going to stagger my tomato plantings so they don't all ripen at once) and I'm hoping to start the cool weather crops like peas, spinach and lettuce in 2 to 4 weeks, depending on how our weather patterns shake out.

Thanks for your comments on my daily photos and thanks for stopping by. :-)
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39. janetlee
1:51 AM GMT on March 26, 2012
I have loved seeing your view of the day throughout the year. I'm not sure I could be so dedicated to doing it daily as you do. Our days have warmed up rather nicely of late. In fact we have put in some tomatoes and Max has put his little greenhouse to use startng some lettuce, spinach and english peas. We have not tried to grow anything for years so this should prove to be interesting.

I did put together some of my random shots of our mornings on our pond (in no special order). I really like the foggy ones. I think the way the fog moves in and settles down is calming to watch.
Keep up the good shooting
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38. PeaceRiverBP
8:59 PM GMT on March 24, 2012
Bug; I was able to eventually watch the program in its entirety on the link you provided and I really enjoyed it! Thanks! It's about 2 hours long so I watched it in 3 or 4 sittings, but it's well worth the time.
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37. palmettobug53
3:47 PM GMT on March 24, 2012
Beth, they brought that point out in the show. Once whaling became a big money/profit business and no longer family endeavors with locally owned ships and family and neighbors as crew, the conditions were horrible. That that it was ever an easy way to make a living to begin with but....

Did you manage to catch the show on PBS or was there a link to watch it online?
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36. PeaceRiverBP
9:32 PM GMT on March 22, 2012
Bug; That's probably why some ships eventually had to resort to Shanghaiing their crews... because no one in their right minds would sign on, once the early days of whaling were over and you were no longer apt to be working on a local ship with local men, maybe gone for a couple of months and coming home with nice paychecks.

Thanks for the link; I enjoyed watching the show and I passed it on to my brother, too. :-)
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35. palmettobug53
5:07 PM GMT on March 22, 2012
Nah, it's not a career I'd have wanted to get into. Nasty job. Not just the mess of flensing and rendering; hygiene was awful back then, the captains were slave drivers, for the most part. It was dangerous, to boot. You'd be away from home and family for as much as four years at a time.

There's a transcript on the website I linked. It isn't quite the same as seeing it but you get the story.
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34. PeaceRiverBP
1:29 AM GMT on March 22, 2012
Sandi; I prefer the free-form method, too. I think the result is much more natural looking and the commercially made ponds that I've seen simply aren't deep enough; as I'm sure you know, the deeper the ponds, the cleaner they stay (don't turn green during the summer), the easier it is for the fish to hide from predators and it also gives the fish a place to hibernate during the winter.

We didn't have much of a sunrise today, either.... too much fog! (As you can see!) Hope the sun is shining for you soon!

Bug; Ooh, that sounds like an interesting program! I read several books on whaling and none of them made me wish I'd lived back in those days so I could sign up on a whaler.... no thanks! UGH, what a job! I did enjoy reading Moby Dick, though, and enjoyed re-reading it a few years ago, too.
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33. palmettobug53
5:07 PM GMT on March 21, 2012
I was thinking about you last night. I was watching PBS' American Experience - Into The Deep: America, Whaling and the World.

It was all about the whaling industry on Nantucket and New Bedford and about Herman Melville and Moby Dick and about the whaling ship, Essex, and what few survived her sinking.

Makes me want to re-read Moby Dick.
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32. sandiquiz
4:19 PM GMT on March 21, 2012
Did you build it free-form or did you buy one of those molded ponds?
Hi Beth, it was dug free-form, as you called it, and lined with 25year butyl lining.
I hope I have sold the house and moved on before the liner needs replacing!! lol

No sunrise today. We have only had three so far this month, whereas I captured 18 in February!
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31. PeaceRiverBP
1:33 PM GMT on March 20, 2012
Sandi; What a pretty little pond! I can appreciate all the hard work that went into setting it up and tending the plants around it. It looks so peaceful. :-) Did you build it free-form or did you buy one of those molded ponds?

You've captured a beautiful sunrise this morning; it looks like a lovely first day of spring! The sun is shining here, too, and we're supposed to be enjoying temperatures up in the 50's! My daffodils are starting to bud already- I can't remember another year when this has happened so early!
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30. sandiquiz
10:21 AM GMT on March 20, 2012
My view this morning - the first "proper" sunrise in March!

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29. sandiquiz
1:20 PM GMT on March 19, 2012
Hi Beth, thanks for your photos of your pond - what a lovely place it must have been.

Mine is about 10 foot long and four foot wide, 18" at one end and over 3 foot at the other. The fountain is standing on a 18" square paving slab, balanced on four bricks, so the fish can get underneath and actually stay under most of the winter, for warmth.

What it looks like in March...

And this is it in August :)
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28. PeaceRiverBP
4:49 PM GMT on March 18, 2012
Bug; My daughter and son-in-law have built a pond at their home in the past year and it, too has a waterfall and lots of nice landscaping.... my son-in-law is a landscaper, so of course, it is beautiful, and like you say, so soothing the sit by. I'd love to have another one, but now that I'm a renter, (even though my lovely landlord would probably have no problem with a water garden) it's just not practical to put a lot of time and money into someone else's property.... especially since I have a REAL fish pond in the back yard! But, I still like the idea of building something pretty. I'm just going to have to be happy with my flower and vegetable garden. (I'm starting tomatoes today; they're the only thing I don't put in the garden from seed, since our season is so short here.)

Hope you're having a wonderful weekend! :-)
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27. palmettobug53
4:36 PM GMT on March 18, 2012
Hi, ho, Peace!

There's a woman that lives right behind Dad that has a really big fish pond she and her husband built a good many years ago, when they first moved to the retirement community. It has a small waterfall on one end. Her fish are huge, too. It has old bricks set in walkways around the pond and they have it landscaped beautifully. It has been there for so long, green moss has grown around and on the bricks. There's a swing and a couple of benches, as well as big pots of hostas. It is very soothing to sit over there.
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26. PeaceRiverBP
4:07 PM GMT on March 17, 2012
Gamma; Happy St. Patti's Day! The green you see in the photo is just the white pines and lichen growing on trees.... no leaves yet! Most of the green I'll see today will be in honor of the holiday! Thanks for popping in! :-)

Karen; What a great library! I love that there's a rocking chair and clawfoot tub full of comfy pillows! No wonder you love working there.... I think I would, too!

Barefoot; Yes, we're all waiting for spring to be sprung on us! Happy St. Partick's Day!

Sandi; I've had three different fish ponds over the years so I can relate to your heron woes! I finally ended up building them a 'fish fort' in the deep part of the pond (about 42 inches deep) with cinder blocks and concrete patio 12x12s leaning up against the blocks to give my gold fish (some of which were bigger than one of my hands) and mosquito fish a place to hide when the herons came a-calling.

You can get an idea of the size of these fish by looking at the 1" hose at lower left and the 2.5" to 3" mosquito fish near the hose.

Here's an image of the same fish pond at night. It was actually two ponds connected by a "stream" and the water circulated from the up-hill pond down the stream into the lower pond and was pumped underground into the upper pond to start the cycle again. There were fish in both ponds.

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25. seflagamma
3:10 PM GMT on March 17, 2012
Hello Beth,

Happy St Patti's Day to YOU!

Rainbow image
St Patricks Day Graphics
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24. sandiquiz
7:23 AM GMT on March 17, 2012

Hi Beth, Yes, I have fish in my pond. Six years ago we bought 10 goldfish, which with off-spring finsihed up around the forty mark. Then we had a heron attack and lost about half of them.
So I had to pond dug deeper at the right-hand side, it is now over three foot deep, and the fish live down there most of the time, coming to the surface in the summer to hid under the lily pads. I new have only five, but they are between 6-8 inches in length. Apparently, goldfish grow to to the size of their surroundings, the more you have in a contained space the smaller they will be. Less fish in the same space and they will be bigger. I once went to someone's house where they had a small pond with one goldfish.... it was over a foot long! lol
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23. Barefootontherocks
5:11 AM GMT on March 17, 2012
Hi PR,
Spring must be about to sprung up there.


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22. SBKaren
12:37 AM GMT on March 17, 2012
Hi Beth - I have a HUGE media center. I think it is the biggest one in the whole district, bigger even than the high school. Of course, my school is over 50 years old and was once 1 of 2 schools in the district. Then we unified with another district and grew to 10. The forefathers of our school thought well and hard when they built our school. I don't know of many other elementary schools that have a gym, auditorium, 3 baseball fields, a pool, and a large media center (of course back then it was just called a library).

Here are a few photos - perhaps you've seen them before.

The picture book section (with part of the fiction section to the left). The picture book section continues behind me in this photo and then around a corner.

This is the corner I was talking about

Most of the fiction section

This shows a good chunk of our non-fiction section, but there are a couple more shelves to the left. This is also where I do my teaching.

And here is our auditorium. It was modernized about 3 years ago. The company that was in charge of our construction kept our chairs, but just recovered them. They said we would never be able to replace them. We just love how fresh and new it looks. This is where we hold our pageant. I am on stage, looking out.

Of course the whole district uses our auditorium. If any other elementary school does a production, and most do, usually musical productions, then they use this auditorium. Other organizations in town use it too. It's not exclusively for us. The pool is also now run by the city. The fields are for the kids during school, but many other teams use them as well - baseball, football, soccer, etc.
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21. seflagamma
9:09 PM GMT on March 16, 2012
Hello Beth!

Your "view" is greening up some; thanks for a very mild winter in your area.

Just wanted to pop in here and say hello and
have a great weekend!!!
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20. PeaceRiverBP
1:15 PM GMT on March 14, 2012
Karen; Thanks for your comments on my photos! Thanks to a mild winter, they're not as interesting as they might be, but I'm not complaining about the lack of snow and ice! :-)

That's a lot of books.... just the number discarded is pretty amazing! I'm with you about the time change and darker mornings! I was enjoying the bright morning sunshine! (Not that it would matter much the last few days, what with all the rain and fog!)

Linda; I"m glad to hear that your book arrived and that it's in good condition.... I'll have to ask my boss about where it shipped from and let you know what I find out.

Sandi; Your garden is looking very pretty, even though it looks as though you and I are getting the same batch of rain and fog. Do you have fish in your little pond?
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19. sandiquiz
11:18 AM GMT on March 14, 2012
Morning Beth ....
I took a photo out of my office window of my view into the garden. You can see the big hedge - that is now dying because of my area having the driest winter on record! I saw you saying it had been a strange winter, mild and very dry... and it has been the same here, too.

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18. shoreacres
1:04 AM GMT on March 14, 2012
Beth ~ The book's here! Looks brand new to me. I was surprised that it came from somewhere else - I can't remember where, now, and the packaging is down in the car. but it was a different bookstore.

I laughed, too, because i found a bookmark in it from David-Kidd booksellers - stores in Jackson, Memphis and Nashville. The bookmark is dated 2001. And there is a sales slip from the same bookstore - someone paid with a hundred dollar bill. ;) The sales slip is 2001, too.

Pretty cool, actually. And the book is in wonderful condition. It's hardback, with an intact cover and not a mark. I'm not sure the person who bought it ever read it. They were awfully careful if they did.

Now all I have to do is read it!
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17. SBKaren
10:09 PM GMT on March 13, 2012
Hiya Beth - you have been a real trooper getting that photo every day. I could probably accomplish something like that if all I had to do was look out a window. Unfortunately, none of the views out my windows are as lovely as yours, with maybe the exception of my bedroom doors. I look out onto the backyard and garden. But the sun sets in that direction, so it wouldn't be the same.

I had a representation from Follett come out and do a collections analysis on our library. It was quite interesting. It shows so much. How many books we have in each Dewey section, as well as picture books and fiction, and the average year of publication. It does so much more as well, but it would be boring information to most.

We did discover that we have 13,440 books in our collection. That's down from our high of 19,360 back in 2006. But we have weeded tons of books over the years. It is recommended to weed out books with information that is over 15 years old. Of course that doesn't apply to all subjects, but it does to many!

Keep up the good work on your photos, and I'll make it back to see the transitions! I must say I'm not happy about the dark mornings again. I'm more a morning person than a late person. While I LOVE the longer days, I'm not crazy about getting up in the dark ..... again!
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16. PeaceRiverBP
4:38 PM GMT on March 13, 2012
Linda; I love the lengthening spring evenings, too; it'll be even nicer when the spring peepers grace us with their presence- that's when I know that spring has truly arrived.

Daedalus Books is actually a great source of reading material! And they're incredibly cheap, too, if you don't mind buying remainder books and such. The Audubon book sounds great!

I know the sound of minnows jumping; almost a musical series of plop-plop-plops on the water.... it always makes me smile. :-) We've had lots of ducks and geese around, lately, so the birds are on the move. The robins are back, too, but no red wing black birds, yet. It's been so warm that I have to keep reminding myself that it's technically still winter! Just think, some years we still have snow into late April so this year's winter seems miraculous!
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15. shoreacres
1:49 AM GMT on March 13, 2012
What a difference that hour makes! I quit work at about 5:45 tonight, and could easily have gone on for another hour. It's time to start stretching those days out!

I don't know why, but I got a Daedalus Books catalogue in the mail today. I was looking through it and didn't find a lot, but there is a book of Audubon prints that has each print on one side of a removable page, so they're suitable for framing. I think they're smaller than the originals by a good bit, but it might make a nice gift for my aunt, who loves her birds.

There's another one called "Can Cats Hear with Their Feet?". I may try and find that one at the library or half-price store, just to see what it is. I'm a sucker for cute cat books.

I'm glad you're getting some springlike temperatures - not warm, exactly, but certainly pleasant. I've got the windows wide open tonight - and the fish are starting to jump a little! Pretty soon the minnows will be around, and that's the best music there is. When they jump in schools, you can hear them ripple!
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14. PeaceRiverBP
1:17 PM GMT on March 12, 2012
What a beautiful, sunny, late winter day! The temperature has risen 10 degrees in one hour from 39 to 49 degrees and the strong winds that have blown a gale for the last week have subsided (at least for now!) making it feel like spring outdoors.

I noticed that due to Daylight Savings Time setting time ahead one hour, this morning's 8am photo shows the sun just emerging from the tree tops, where as yesterday's 8am photo presents a sun that has climbed much higher up the sky.

March 11th

March 12th
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13. PeaceRiverBP
2:46 AM GMT on March 12, 2012
BriarCraft; Thanks for popping in! Loved the graphic! (So true!)
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12. BriarCraft
11:44 PM GMT on March 11, 2012
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11. PeaceRiverBP
10:15 PM GMT on March 11, 2012
Gee, I was late getting my photo of the day up, today! 9 year old granddaughter Michaela stayed over last night and my daughters and their families were coming over for Sunday breakfast and I had plans to go out with my aunt this afternoon, so its been a hectic but fun Sunday!

Linda; I hope you're having a lovely weekend! Did you get more thunderstorms? We haven't had a good one here since last summer or fall, but they seem to be mostly a summer phenomenon in this area.

A Rabbit festival? Cooked rabbit, as opposed to the live version? I suppose that rabbit, like chicken, is a pretty versatile meat and can be used in many ways and if you eat lots bunnies, there will enough pelts to make a warm coat, too. I can't wait to hear your report from this adventure! :-)
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10. shoreacres
3:54 PM GMT on March 10, 2012
Those are glorious moonrise pics! No moonrise here - we had a real thunderstorm last night, and lots of clouds have settled in. Who cares? No one that I know of.

That sunshine pic is nice, too. We're going to have to call your place Walden East!

All sorts of projects in the works for this weekend - a new post here, laundry, some cooking for the upcoming week, and rabbit research! I'm heading off next weekend to a Louisiana rabbit festival. I haven't a clue what it's going to be like, but I have a friend who was raised in Arkansas, and she loves rabbit. They're going to have a cookoff, and who knows what else. The funniest part of the whole thing? It's in Iowa, Louisiana. How can I pass that up?

Have a good weekend. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for thunderstorms. That was a lot of fun yesterday - I can't remember the last time we've had a good one.
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9. PeaceRiverBP
3:40 PM GMT on March 08, 2012
We've been enjoying beautiful late winter weather these last few days with temps in the 40's (53 degrees today!) and bright sun playing Peek-a-boo with the clouds. Some of the warm weather birds have started to return and I can hear their songs wafting from the woods on the breezes.

Last night's moonrise was spectacular. As I drove home from work it loomed large on the horizon... almost impossibly large! At first I didn't trust my own eyes, thinking: "That can't possibly be the moon" as I squinted at it through the naked tree branches. It seemed to regain it's normal size as it rose and I snapped a few photos as it mounted the sky over the pond behind my home.

It was difficult to get a clear photo as the wind whipped the trees around. (Winds in the 20's and 30's)
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8. PeaceRiverBP
3:07 PM GMT on March 06, 2012
Gardengrrl; Thanks! I like it better with sunshine and birds, too! Today the sun is playing Hide-n-Seek with the clouds and it's spitting snow.

Sandi; I love to see all the changes that occur depending on whether or not we have sunshine; especially the brilliant blue of the water when we're enjoying a clear day.

Good luck with your sunrise photos! Don't fall out the window! :-)
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7. sandiquiz
6:27 AM GMT on March 06, 2012
What a difference natural sunlight makes to an image. Suddenly all the colours are brighter!!

I am up early, so I should see the sunrise. I was having a bad dream, not a nightmare as such, but bad enough to waken me! Haven't done that in years! I wonder what I ate yesterday that upset me! As a child I was told having cheese at night gave you nightmares, but it doesn't upset me... or at least it didn't!
Time for a second coffee before I position the camera through the window! It gets more difficult as the sun rises earlier - I have to lean further out! lol
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6. GardenGrrl
1:36 AM GMT on March 06, 2012
Great view. Even better with sunshine and birds.
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5. PeaceRiverBP
2:17 PM GMT on March 05, 2012
BriarCraft; I'm looking forward to a week of clear weather, too! I hope that your winter weather is being agreeable, as well! :-)

After a long stretch of rain, it was so wonderful to wake up to sunshine and singing birds!

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4. BriarCraft
5:52 AM GMT on March 05, 2012
Other than a slight chance of snow tonight, it looks like you've got a nice week ahead of you. Sammy should be happy about that and the two of you should enjoy some nice walks.
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3. PeaceRiverBP
4:22 PM GMT on March 01, 2012
Ylee; Sammy & I just came in from our morning walk and he isn't impressed; yes, a damp, rainy morning! It's also my weekday off, so I am cooking and cleaning.... a good way to spend a dreary day!

Hope you are having a lovely March 1st!
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2. Ylee
3:00 PM GMT on March 01, 2012
Looks like you have a rainy morning!
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1. PeaceRiverBP
2:58 PM GMT on March 01, 2012

(Cute bunnies from link)

Sandi, Pros, Ylee; White rabbit, White rabbits, White rabbit! Happy March 1st and thanks for stopping in at my February blog!
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