Snow to sunshine. Tennessee to Texas. This is my week in photos.
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Snow moved in the night of Valentine's Day, making my city a winter wonderland once again.
Much like the dove with the olive branch, this patch of green grass heralds the coming of Spring in a few weeks. It fights through over an inch of snow to reach for the sunlight.
*Above photo appeared on Nashvillest this week.*
Powdery snow settles for a rest on tree leaves.
What is it about fresh snow that makes a grown woman into a giddy child? Atleast, you know, when she doesn't have anywhere to be that day.
I'm forever amazed at the beauty of the world from above. A palette painted by God of fields, trees, streams and lakes.
Mr. Smith can fuss all he wants about Southwest, but I am loyal customer. My flight was half an hour early, which I am so happy to say is NOT unusual! The staff is always an absolute pleasure, and they are definitely the best deal in the industry!
From snow in Nashville, to sunshine and 60s in Texas, dandelions give a beautiful pop of color in a deep green field of thick grass.
Reaching for the sky, the trees look for sunshine and rain to grow... perhaps we'd be good to take note of their approach to life. Take the rain with the sun and be grateful for both.
Am I barking up the wrong tree? Twisted and knotted and rough.
All of my photos available on my Flickr stream.