Going through the Change

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As women we understand going through the change!

It can be rough!  Sometimes it isn’t pretty… Those around us may just duck or even RUN!

This morning in Utah we awoke with numerous inches of the struggle Mother Nature has had changing from Winter to Spring!  She hasn’t been subtle.

Her crazy antics actually brought some astounding beauty.

 

Look at the cool details and lacy effects she had on these fences and trellis’.

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The storm came from the North… so the contrasts were drastic. ( all these photos look like I might have turned them to Black and White but I didn’t)

I caught these photos on my way to work this morning… I thought these cute ducks probably were a bit surprised by the blanket of snow as we all were, but they seemed to be enjoying their morning walk.

Up close and personal, you can see that she really is trying.

Everyone just needs to be patient while she adjusts to her change in her own time.

Hope you all find the Beauty around you.

TTFN~~Claudia

PS — stop by Mary’s to see other wonderful Mosaics

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April 3, 2011 at 11:17 pm | spring | 11 comments

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11 responses to “Going through the Change”

  1. Claudie says:

    It came in from the NORTH??? Would that be from CANADA??, lol. We have also been spoiled this last week with sunshine and a warm wind flowing, but today we woke to -1 and a little wee dust of snow, not like you, OMG.
    Funny you say “going through the change”, cuz that’s what’s happening here, more and more every day as you know. I’m closing fb, my brain is mush, confused for lack of sleep. Thanks for your concern, I know you care. My problems are so minuscule compared to other’s, but right now it’s HELL.
    Sorry I haven’t been in touch. It’s not because I don’t think of you, I do and send my love your way.
    Love You
    Love Me
    xoxoxo

  2. Riet says:

    Hi Claudia. Thank you for visiting me. I am sorry I haven’t been posting and visiting for a while but life came in my way. Your mosaic is beautiful and oh my goodness what a lot of snow and that in April. Have a good week.

  3. eileen says:

    Claudia, your winter wonderland is beautiful. My thought is it ever going to end? Gorgeous photos. Thank you for visiting my blog.

  4. Lorraine says:

    Wow, Claudia, your photos are beautiful! That sure is a lot of snow for this time of year. Pretty though 🙂

  5. I love seeing the snow through the lenses of other photographers – living as I do here in hot dry dry Western Australia. We have had enough of summer and no doubt you have had enough of snow! Thankyou however for bringing your lovely pictures and the thoughts about learning to slow down and adjusting to time.

  6. Jacque says:

    Love your winter photos! I can relate.

  7. Claudia,

    These images are almost as beautiful as the photographer. Nothing better than to lift our heads that hang in sorrow and witness all HIS gifts.
    I have crawled out from under my rock, spirit bruised and battered, but eager to catch up with my reading. I will be posting regularly.
    Thank you for your concern and friendship.

    Deborah

  8. Sue says:

    Oh my goodness, Claudia! I bet you couldn’t believe what was happening when this happened! I think our snow is finally long gone- but the rain will be around for a while. Your photos, once again, say so much. You’ve captured the beauty of nature all around you. Life has been busy here, lately. And just like the first person who commented, I’ve thought of you, as well. I’ll be back as I am able. hugs, Sue

  9. wendy says:

    Those photos really are beautiful.
    I have been through the change…………..I guess I should go a little easier on Mother Nature.

  10. karen says:

    Hi Claudia,
    Your photographs are gorgeous, and I love the music playing. Everything seems so peaceful. I love the quiet of snow, it’s like a blanket covering small noises.

    I love the last snows of the season, I think I appreciate them more knowing that it will end soon. I can’t wait to see your Spring photos. Have a beautiful day.

    Karen

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