12 kuvaa/photos - my walk to work April


Chestnut tree breaking into leaf, and behind that the green mist of new willow leaves. I didn't take a shot of Calton Hill today to post here, as I've been doing all winter. We're just back from Speyside, and the view of buildings, albeit ancient monument-y ones, just didn't appeal to me after several days of fields and hills and forests.

See more from around the world in the 12 kuvaa/photos series here.

And look how far we've come since the depths of the Scottish winter:

March:



February:


January:


December:


November:


October:

Comments

  1. It certainly is encouraging to see the leaves coming out and you aren't walking in the dark anymore!

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  2. It´s very interresting to see this serie. A good idea to show the seasons on the same places. Greetings from Luzia.

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  3. This is a very fine series. I'm really liking the signs of spring!

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  4. Ah, spring, when lovely colors appear again to cheer us.

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  5. I love the series of photos in the same place! What a great idea!

    Did I ever tell you that I have dreamed of living in Edinburgh? I visited once but only for two days and I want nothing more than to go back. What a beautiful city with beautiful views and you capture it wonderfully throughout the seasons!

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  6. Wonderful. I love this. It's peaceful in every month.

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  7. The green looks very nice! The walkway now looks pleasant to walk along!

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  8. I recognized the location immediately!!! From your past photos! Love the changing seasons...beautiful pic!!!

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  9. It's lovely to see spring at last. I hope you had a good break in Speyside.

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  10. Love it when the leaves pop out.

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  11. I just marvel at the perfect spot you selected for this series. It has the ever eye-pleasing curve, and water, and trees, and the terraces buildings. I like the greening of the spot.

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  12. Maybe the best season! Soon the greenness will hide a lot.

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