Wordless Wednesday – Spring Morning Dew April 6, 2016April 6, 2016 / Julie Spring Morning Dew Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related
29 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Spring Morning Dew”
Beautiful dew and green leaves!
Thank you, there are so many lovely sights in Spring, even the smallest patch of grass!
That’s so beautiful Julie, nice capture.
Thanks Christina, I love this time of year! 🙂
Lovely capture! It is seeing these little things in the garden that makes it so worthwhile. Amelia
Thats just how I feel Amelia, just making the time to sit and look is so restful.
So fresh and pretty. Happy Wednesday Julie.
Happy Wednesday to you too Susie, I hope its full of flowers!
If that grass was here, those drops would be white.
Oh Judy, thats not good, I hope the snow clears soon, that must of been quite a shock to have snowstorms this late in the season.
That looks so fresh and clean! I mean ‘green’!
The Spring foliage is suddenly looking so much zingier here, makes me feel so hopeful for the year to come.
A lovely shot!
Thanks, dewy grass always reminds me of happy camping holidays with the children or the beginning of a long weekend with only my own garden to care for!
Beautiful and so fresh. The dew drops are like tiny precious jewels.
Thanks, that was only last week and now we have had hail today and its cold! Hopefully a return to warm Spring weather for us all soon.
Hail and thunders in London as well. Hot and cold, sun and rain, all mixed.
Just looked at the long term forecast, by the end of April it should be warmer and hopefully some more dewy mornings!
Dew rather than rain, frost or fog – heaven!
Thanks Donna! 🙂
Oh so beautiful! Gorgeous photo 🙂
Thanks Kate, after a week of cold wind and rains we have some more sunshine at last here. 🙂
A lovely image that sings ‘fresh’! One of my favourite sights is to see raindrops on grass sparkling in the sun, even when it’s a reminder that the grass could do with a cut.
Haha! Yes cutting the grass, I am leaving a small part of the lawn long this year, its mainly ‘weeds’ and clover with a little grass anyway. 🙂
Important wildlife habitat!