Changing seasons 07 – winter is hanging on

Winter is still with us down here in the land of Oz but I can see spring on the horizon.

Our garden is quite bare at first glance but when you look a bit closer there is still life and new beginnings.  I think that is the best thing about this monthly challenge it makes you see things you might not have noticed otherwise.

Here’s my gallery for this month’s changing seasons, as hosted by Cardinal Guzman. Enjoy!

Links to my previous months are below.  I’m enjoying seeing how others are capturing their changes.

Changing Seasons 01

Changing Seasons 02

Changing Seasons 03

Changing Seasons 04

Changing Seasons 05

Changing Seasons 06

Hopefully you are enjoying this project as much as I am! See you next month.

Deb 🙂

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  1. Your winters are definitely more colorful than ours!

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  2. Beautiful! But maybe your winter is hanging on because we refuse to give up summer just yet! 🙂

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  3. Great gallery Deb. Love “Bare Arms”.

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