Categories Uncategorized Forest in spring Post author By Tamara Jare Post date May 16, 2013 23 Comments on Forest in spring Share this:EmailTweetPrintShare on TumblrPocketTelegramWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related Tags Forest, spring By Tamara Jare artist View Archive → ← Spring Treats → Iris in vase 23 replies on “Forest in spring” Lovely fresh colours LikeLike Thank you! LikeLike Reblogged this on Old School Garden. LikeLike Reblogged this on The Hungry Gap and commented: I am overwhelmed with tender longing when I view these forest images, each one a wonder and a treasure to behold. I am inescapably captivated: I just want to gaze at them for a long time . . . And I am reminded again of Goethe’s words: “That I might know the innermost weave of the world, witness its dynamic and creation . . . ” Please visit ‘My Botanical Garden’, not ‘Just another WordPress.com site! LikeLike I loved the hike through the woods; you could almost sense the damp coolness and smell the forest…Great photos. LikeLike Thank you, I am happy I captured at least a minute from the life of a forest! LikeLike Beautiful! LikeLike Thank you! LikeLike A garden of another sort…just beautiful! LikeLike Exactly -a garden of nature, always the most beautiful !Thank you! LikeLike Beautiful photos. LikeLike Thank you! LikeLike Love all the nicely saturated springtime greenery! Well done! LikeLike Thank you- it was an easy job, it was all already there! LikeLike Reblogged this on 115 journals and commented: Looks like my local woods. Thanks My Botanical Garden LikeLike Delicately beautiful photos. I love all the different shades of green. LikeLike Thank you, I think we all love green tones, they are so calming! LikeLike Lovely, beautiful images of nature coming out of hibernation in full force. I can smell the woods just by the images! Nemophilists rejoice! LikeLike Thank you for the new word I’ve just learned in English! Shame on me, being a total nemophilist without knowing the word for it 😉 LikeLike Fantastic photos – magic! LikeLike Thank you! LikeLike Lovely! I particularly like the path under the trees that ppears to go on and on. LikeLike This path is where I like to go to be in peace.. LikeLike Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.