Sunday, March 9, 2008

Mute Monday: March





17 comments:

Anonymous Boxer said...

I love, love this because March isn't quite Spring and yet..... the green struggles through. Great pictures from your Land.

Happy MM!

(hee, I beat Troll!)

Kate said...

Love the thistles in the snow...and the last one...Happy MM!

The Troll said...

Very cool March pics. Spring struggling against Ole Man Winter.

happy Mute Monday!

Gypsy said...

This looks like my garden at the moment except for the green bit, there is no green whatsoever.

Great Mute Monday Moi. Have a great day.

ThursdayNext said...

Lovely...goodbye winter!

The Java Junkie said...

Beautiful - Spring has nearly sprung!

Happy MM!

she said...

looks like we're on the same wavelength. i loved the dry thistles (?) and the new green comin in. ahhhhh

happy MM!!!

Vixen said...

Great pictures. All great photography. :)

happyMonday!

The Poet Laura-eate said...

Either you're have a late Autumn or an early one!

ChiliLady said...

Can you explain me what "Mute Monday" is?
I'm really a noob.

moi said...

Thanks, all. March is indeed our season of struggle in the Land of Enchantment :o).

Chililady, go to: www.thetrollreport.blogspot.com for an explanation of Mute Monday. Basically, each week, The Troll sets forth a theme that we have to illustrate using pictures, not words. With your photo skills, I'm sure you'd be great at playing along!

Doris Rose said...

Phabulous photos! must be the new camera. I don't have much in the way of verticalfoliage out here in Prairie land--but it is on the verge of rebirth.

SeaRabbit said...

Nice display of early spring... For me, it's not before the middle of April that I can expect to see some green... ;-(
Happy MM!

Meghan said...

I feel like that foliage right now.

Wicked Thistle said...

Loved those pictures, natch. For some reason they made me think of that Unidentified Dead Thing you had on your porch for a while. 'member that? Didja ever figure out what it was??

Not that Type of Raven said...

NM Brown Blaaaahhhhssssss...

Except our yard is covered in bird seed from the little flying piggles tossing it all over the ground! I wonder what will grow in a few months.

Happy MM! :D

moi said...

Doris: Thanks. Yes, new camera. Which I'm struggling to learn.

Searabbit: Sometimes I feel like myself am in Canada! There's about a 750 foot different in altitude between here and ABQ, and it makes all the difference!

Meghan: Sunshine soon, I promise!

Wicked: That was the back end of a Jerusalem Cricket. I know this because I just now encountered a whole one, dead and just as fat, on the front porch. Sweet widdle face. Ugly back end . . .

Raven: Yup. Between the flying piggies with feathers and the squirrels, all I do come summer is pluck sprouts.