Sunday, March 26, 2017

Twelfth Week of 2017 - A Photograph a Day - Project 365

March continues to bluster and blow, hot and cold. Fickle with no commitment to winter or spring. Still, hope lives, and spring peeks out where it can.




Day 78 03-19-2017

You must not blame me 
if I do talk to the clouds. 
~Henry David Thoreau





















Day 79 03-20-2017

 "...of the fiction"

What is fiction and what is truth for you, in your life?





















Day 80 03-21-2017

Tulips, promise that
spring will come

Day 80 03-21-2017















Day 81 03-22-2017

A pre-dawn walk in the park,
there a child's bike,
left behind.





















Day 82 03-23-2017

In spite of the cruelty of a late March freeze, some of the cherry blossoms bloom with glory. A promise that even the hardest of times will pass, and
beauty will shine.













Day 83 03-24-2017



A rain-splattered door after a cold, wet start to the day the sunshine beacons. And the dog's reflection shows his wistful desire to be out playing in the mud.












Day 84 03-25-2017

Three pears on the windowsill


















Photography & prose by Terry Rowe.

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