iSpy #61

By | March 5, 2022

Let's Play iSpy 2022

Window View – Quarterly

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Topped off There’s a dead tree leaning that has been “topped off.”

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On time It’s about the time for bugs to start appearing. The other day after my walk, I looked down and saw this little one on my shoulder.

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Starts with P P is for poinsettia. I can’t believe I’ve kept these poinsettias alive this long.

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Your Choice My favorite sign of spring

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4 thoughts on “iSpy #61

  1. CarolG

    Oh Lysha, that little bug looks like a jewel! How lovely that you captured it. Also the light through your poinsettia is gorgeous. Here they grow outside in the garden.

  2. Natasha

    Your favourite sign of spring reminds me of when our neighbour’s magnolia tree blooms. I love those few weeks it’s in flower.

  3. Joanne

    What pretty lighting in your window view! That ladybug is a fantastic shot with lots of detail.


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