Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

Like the buds on the Dogwood tree in spring, the berries of the Holly bush act as harbinger of winter. The berries start to appear in late autumn and don’t leave until March. They provide a bit of color in an otherwise drab landscape.

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I added the one with the snow after the original post. I had forgotten about this photo. It was taken last winter.

19 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

  1. Pingback: Weekly photo challenge: Changing seasons « The (Urban-Wildlife) Interface

  2. I keep thinking Purple Rosemary that I really like your cute purple hat. I just wanted to tell you that! ­čÖé And of course I always love your photographs. You are very talented.

  3. Love the photos of winter with the promise of spring. As the new year rolls in, I find myself enjoying the introspective, dark, quiet winter while anticipating the light & warmth of spring. I’m adding a new post today called “There is a Season” (based on the 1960’s Byrd’s song). Then, I’ll go outside & watch the birds feeding on the berries in my yard amidst the fallen snow. Peace in the new year!

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