March Came in Like a Fluffy White Lion

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From the front porch – the shrubs are nearly buried in fluffy whiteness

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Even this weeping cherry tree is barely above the snow piled up near it from clearing the front sidewalk

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There really ARE shrubs under that pile of fluffy whiteness on the other side of the front porch railing

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I never tire of this sunrise view from the back deck – no matter the season

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or watching views like this… Mr. Cardinal clearing the snow off the seeds while Mrs. Cardinal waits patiently

If March came in like a lion in Mars, it sure is a beautiful fluffy white one!

And Bonus…. if legend has it right, it will go out like a lamb.

Looking forward to daffodils and tulips and crocuses and forsythia and all the delights that Spring brings, but for now…

I’m still enjoying March’s majesty.

Cheers & Hugs,
Jodi

15 thoughts on “March Came in Like a Fluffy White Lion

  1. Beautiful photos Jodi. The landscaping around your home is gorgeous! March came in here as rain. LOL! We had snow the last day of February. I look forward to spring and to complaining about the heat. Hahaha! Have a wonderful day! (Hugs!) xoxo

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    • Hi Barbara – I actually did for this one. I pulled the top sash of my kitchen window down and shot from inside. The cardinals are especially skittish when I go out. You would think they would realize I am the one putting all that food out for them and not be afraid, but not so…. πŸ™‚

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      • Cardinals are notoriously skittish and actually hate having to go up on a feeder. They would much prefer to get their seeds on the ground. So you did great capturing these shots; it’s much harder than it looks.

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      • Thanks Barbara! You are so good for my ego πŸ™‚ But actually, we have this pair (my hubby swears there are two pairs) of cardinals at our feeders daily. They are so beautiful with their brilliant colors against the white.

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