view from my window: winter|spring

I have been getting to know a new view from my window.

Gliding ferries and dramatic mainland mountains have been traded for a big old maple and swirling clouds floating around on the very lovable local mountain (read hump).

As I have been looking from my window, winter give way and finally, suddenly, after the sun came out eveeeeentually, spring sat down and began her reign.

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It’s been a wonder to watch.

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7 Responses to view from my window: winter|spring

  1. Tammy says:

    Yay for spring!!!!

  2. Beth Lowe says:

    Well we’ve swapped again us in winter and you for spring!!
    Just a very big diffrence our winter aint look like yours!! You WIN

    • Corli says:

      Aaah yes, sadly we do win! But I am realizing how relative weather can be. When we met someone from the Prairies and she replied: “Oh you live in the tropics”! (meaning British Columbia is rather wet and warm(!!) in relation to the rest of Canada). Then again nothing as cold as a damp Cape Town winter in a house without heating! Hoping to see you early next year!

  3. Ah what awesome photo’s and such radical changes. Beautiful.
    Love to all x

    • Corli says:

      The changes are beautiful, and it speaks to me of how much we can change and come alive after a barren time too! Lots of love from us.

  4. godmadeknown says:

    Great view in every season!

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