Turn of Season

Here, we are starting to turn to summer. So naturally, I’ve just begun to look at spring photos. A few jackdaw pickings I feel signal the season.

First, the longer days with that tangerine evening light and new grass in the fields.


And then the wildflowers (red clover here) on the road side.


And of course, all the birds nesting anywhere possible around the house.


Crawfish boils.

And then lots of yard puddles.ย 

83 thoughts on “Turn of Season

  1. Excellent images, Brandon! The top two really, really get to me, and especially so the red clover shot – very well done indeed – taking it at an angle makes it! And your few words about the top photo go so well with it. Good to hear from you, man, and great to see these pictures! Adrian

    1. Thanks! These clovers were quite new to me as well, living in another part of the state I grew up from. They are all over the place and not enough people seem to notice them ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Amazing images! I only hope I get become half as good with my photography has you captured here.

  3. Those are some great photographs. I loved the almost fantasy-like, golden-summer-y essence of the flower pictures and the waterdrops flying through the air on the puddle picture.

  4. ะฅะพั€ะพัˆะธะต ั„ะพั‚ะพะณั€ะฐั„ะธะธ.

  5. I like the little feet splashing and the bird’s nest because they’re things you could find anywhere, but you’ve captured them so well! Great job, thanks for sharing.

  6. That first shot of golden light in the grass has such a lovely dreamlike quality, but as an occasionally homesick Louisianan, it’s the crawfish that really got to me!

  7. Absolutely love the “yard puddles” photos. I’m following. Thanks for the writing inspiration. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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