March is here--Can Spring be far behind?
March 01, 2017 • Leave a Comment
Today is March 1 and the weather, despite the rain and clouds, is warm and wonderful. This has been a very mild winter so far, but that can change--quickly! Indeed, the forecast for Friday, March 3rd, is snow showers!! That's March weather for you--Spring one day, Winter the next! Glorious yellow daffodils are sprouting in the front yard, but the plane trees in the back yard are black and barren.
In honor of March and the coming of Spring, I have put my "Flowers and Plants" Gallery at center stage on this website. It includes photographs of images I have captured in many different places, including Europe, the Caribbean, Florida, Cuba, South Carolina, and the Jersey Shore, of course. If you get the chance, you should check it out.
This is also the start of a busy time for photographers, and I am no exception. As noted in my last blogpost, I have work in three galleries at present (including "Sailor dance" at the BAC, for which I won a nice award--yea me!) and I am getting ready for a show next month and a busy selling season. I have also been shooting (with a camera, of course) a lot of local winter wildlife. I will be including these and shots I have taken in Antartica, the Caribbean, Florida, and elsewhere, in a new gallery I hope to have up within the next few days.
Meantime, I suggest you enjoy the nice weather while you can, because you can be sure that it will change dramatically by tomorrow!
Keywords: Belmar Arts Center, Caribbean, Carolina, Cuba, Europe, Florida, Frank, Jersey, March, March, Parisi, Photography, Sailor dance, Shore, South, Spring, Winter, beautiful, blogpost, daffodils, flowers, gallery, glorious, plants, shooting, the, the, weather, wildlife
No comments posted.
Recent PostsGuest Blog: How to Market Your Unusual Photographs by Katie Conroy It's baacckk! Hello again....still here, taking photographs... Keeping Busy during the Pandemic Moments of Zen Photography and COVID-19 Can creativity be taught? Are you talented or creative? What's the difference? What is an Artist? Is a Photographer an Artist? Thoughts on drawing and photography... Batsto Village and rural New Jersey