Taking a Breather
in the early afternoon sun
After Running Errands
A well-earned chat
Photographed 22 March 2014
Above images and text © by Merisi
"March 1 began the numbered year in Russia until the end of the 15th century. Great Britain and its colonies continued to use March 25 until 1752, when they finally adopted the Gregorian calendar. Many other cultures and religions still celebrate the beginning of the New Year in March."
Quoted from -> "March" at Wikipedia
It does look like such a warm, sunny and delightful day, Merisi! I would love to see some sunshine instead of the gray and rain that we're having here in Oregon. Hope you have a great weekend!!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Sylvia!Delete
I heard on the radio the other day that this was the sunniest March on record, even before the month was over. We are so blessed this year!
Wishing you a sunny weekend, too,
I just love your candid shots of Life and cultures.ReplyDelete
They are like breaths of fresh air.
the first photo is beautiful with its juxiposition of old and new. Colors are always outstanding as you put your style footprint on each picture.
Thank you, Sue! xxxDelete
HaPpY weekend to you and yours.
Thank you and a springlike weekend to you, too!Delete
Cool. I love it. I feel like I'm there.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Juju!Delete
If I were not here, I would want to be. ;-9
It looks delightfully warm there. Terrific shots!ReplyDelete
Thank you, William!Delete
We have had summery temperatures a week ago, but then they dropped to spring level, which is fine with me. In fact, I like the mid-teens in spring, that way the blossoms and spring flowers last much longer.
Ich mag deinen Blog, ich folge ihn. Immer, wenn ich neuen Artikel lese, ich möchte nach Wien reisen :-) Ich hoffe, dass im April-Mai nach Wien komme. Ich will die Rosen im Volksgarten fotografieren.ReplyDelete
Thank you! :-)Delete
Daniela, im April wirst du wahrscheinlich noch nicht so viele Rosen blühen sehen im Rosengarten. Ich werde danach Ausschau halten und eventuell ein paar Bilder posten, sobald sie erblühen!
Danke dir :-)Delete
Viva la primavera !!!ReplyDelete