Ready For Spring (snow winter mountains trees ). Photo by Retirez

Ready For Spring

Uploaded by: Retirez

Wednesday March 5, 2014

Nora, VA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: It's the time of the cold season when all creatures are hoping for spring and the warmer weather.

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XP Title: Ready For Spring

XP Comment: It's the time of the cold season when all creatures are hoping for spring and the warmer weather.

XP Author: Wayne Riner

XP Keywords: birdhouse in ice

XP Subject: bird house

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About Retirez

Retirez

I wander the high ridges of the Appalachians of far southwestern Virginia. These mountaintops have beautiful sunrises and sunsets along with opportunities to see varied wildlife and wildflowers. I will photograph anything of interest whether great or small. My main interest in photography is colors having worked all of working years with color and design. My camera is always by my side to photograph whatever I suddenly see as interesting. I hope that my pictures offer pleasure to others. Maybe you can see the beauty of the Appalachians where I live. Comments welcome. Click on Web Site to visit webcam.

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