April 14, 2015

Themes Near Strasburg, VA

I'm posting for three memes here. All these pictures fit into the Good. Random and Fun theme so I'll start with The Good, and that's spring!
flowering trees


The blossoming trees of spring are putting on a wonderful show. Spring arrived a little late and it seems like everything is blooming at once. It's not great for pollen allergies but it's a real treat for the eyes!

The first image also qualifies for Nature Footstep's newest theme, Trees and Bushes.


The Random: The second image has trees in it too, but I'm using it for The Barn Collective. It also fits nicely into a recurring theme of this blog, Shenandoah Valley scenes. The road shown here runs through Fishers Hill, a charming village near Strasburg.


squirrelFun! Squirrels are fun to watch! They are determined little critters and can be very acrobatic when getting food. This feeder holds suet intended for birds.

A reader commented that I don't post enough squirrel pictures so I hope he sees these! (See all my squirrel posts... or as many as you feel like paging through.)

11 comments:

  1. I love those beautiful trees! It's too early for the trees to bloom here, but I'm looking forward to it.

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  2. Beautiful flowering tree. I just love all the flowering trees in the spring! Love your funny squirrel shots as well.

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  3. Crafty squirrel. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  4. You did a great job of finding beautiful (and fun) photos to go with these themes.

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  5. The blossoms are lovely. The squirrel is a devious rascal, but adorable!

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  6. the trees are reaching towards the sky like beautiful white clouds :)
    Thanks for linking up :)

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  7. I love the blooming trees and the squirrel is just too cute!

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  8. Am amazed at how determined squirrels can be♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/vibrant-resplendence/

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  9. I really like the barn shot...that road looks so inviting.

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