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March 22, 2012

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Geninne

So many beautiful photos of catkins!
A mountain of ataulfo mangoes are waiting for you :-)

k

i really enjoy seeing the seasons develop through your macro lens.

krista

oh THATS what they are! i just captured some photos of these! i love how you see the world.. i wish we could go on a photo adventure together :)

Cozy Memories

you have captured these catkins so wonderfully
I love the little dancer & the maple catkins best
but they're all so precious & full of potential !
xoxo

barbara

yes, everything is ahead of itself. I certainly don't mind and extra month of spring!

Caro

In Finland these are called 'pajunkissa', which means the cat of the willow. So nice photos.

Michaelanneneal

Lovely! Your images are incredible!

staklene bombone

yeeeey! it's a final sign that spring's here! love it!

staklene bombone

Nicole

Ooh, lovely shots! I need to go on a "kitten" ramble this weekend (if I can finally shake this miserable cold).

Have a wonderful weekend.

silvia

thanks for your blog, your work is fantastic. See the link, seems inspired by your work .... is your best!!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/31353216@N04/sets/72157623434587191/

Annie

Gorgeous images :D I have a jug of pussy willow and forsythia on the table in front of me, it's so fresh and pretty!

Anna

In German, catkins are called "Kätzchen", which directly translates to kittens :-)I especially love the willows' kittens, they are soo wonderfully soft!

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