Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

A collection of photos for the changing seasons:

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Fall Becomes Winter
“Winter Through the Window”

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Winter Becomes Spring

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Spring Becomes Summer

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Summer Becomes Fall

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6 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

  1. Beautiful! Love the colors in the first one and the pictures of you and the kids are lovely. Swans are always represented as graceful – until you get close. Then they can be as mean and common as Canadian geese. Love them, just don’t want to be close them!


  2. Beautiful pictures, the roses and the snow through the window is a very clever idea. We have many swans around the area I live in and they certainly have ‘attitude’ as my little yorkie dog found out on one of our walks, the swans seem to hide in the reens and ambush you as you walk past, not nice. Hope you have a fantastic Christmas and New Year. Ian.


    • Thanks so much for visiting and commenting, Ian!

      Wow, ambushing swans?! Your poor little yorkie… Makes me think of middle school where some of the most physically beautiful people were the meanest. I think I might use the idea for a blog post! 🙂

      I hope you have a lovely Christmas and New Year as well. Thanks again… I will be heading over to visit your blog next…


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