Project Alicia : WW: Snippets of Spring

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

WW: Snippets of Spring

I just wanted to take a second to share my exciting news. I am now officially projectalicia.com. It should be redirecting you, but thought you should know.

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They say the plants recognize spring first. I am hoping these small snippets I found are an indicator of things to come. Because after our SNOW on Saturday the little we have is looking a bit hagard.

This is part of my 30 Days of Spring Photo Challenge.

It runs thru May 15th, but you are welcome to join at any time and you can do as little or as much as you would like.

You can add your pics to my 30 Days of Spring flickr group.

You can tweet it using the #30dos hashtag.

Or you can do a post and share it here at project alicia. (The linky is over at Day 1.) Just grab this button.


Project Alicia



Check out my 5 Photo Tips of the day. And then please send some spring my way.

If you have a photo just link it below. Wordless, Not So Wordless, or Wordful posts are all welcome. Make sure to stop by some of the other WWs.

And just out of curiosity, how many of you use a DSLR?

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The Paper Mama Dear CrissyLovely Photo - Wordless or Not-So-Wordless Wednesday at Aspireand then, she {snapped}

82 comments:

  1. Alicia

    Your photography is always so gorgeous and so inspiring - thanks for hosting (and I can't believe I'm first on the linky list this week!!!)

    Have a fabulous week!

    Ramona
    http://create-with-joy.com

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  2. Beautiful Lisha :)
    I had a fujifilm s6000fd sadly it got left behind on the mall bench by Dh.So nothing right now :(

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  3. Spring sure does lend itself to some exquisite photos. I love all yours. They are great.
    We are in the middle of Autumn over here. I love autumn too.

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  4. These are beautiful!! I love the texture that you've used on them. :)

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  5. your spring buds are so encouraging! we had snow yesterday & more expected this week. just a point & shoot sony here.~Faythe~

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  6. Gorgeous, gorgeous! I love spring!

    By the way, I spent a couple of hours playing with my camera this weekend and studying photography... I have a new appreciation for your talent! You are gifted. :)

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  7. I am really enjoying your pictures! I also love your idea of 30 days of Spring!

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  8. Hi. My name is Kristi. I use a DSLR. I think you're photos are awesome. And, it's your fault that I burned the lasagna tonight. lol Enjoyed chatting with you... :)
    I think I love that last the one the best. I'm a sucker for the brown edges on the flowers.

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  9. Congrats on the .com!!!
    I love your spring photos!! We did have a big yellow bush bloom... that's about it though.
    Tiffany

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  10. very nice captures of the flowers you have.

    check out mine here for WW entryStatue of David

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  11. They are all breathtakingly beautiful shots.

    Have a terrific WW. :)

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  12. I feel for you ...we had snow on Sunday and are supposed to get freezing rain tonight. Bring the real spring weather!

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  13. oh my goodness these pictures are so beautiful! Definitely captured spring at it's finest!! great shots!

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  14. Your photographs are exquisite and awe inspiring. I have a DSLR Nikon D90, its new and I haven't a clue just yet but am working on learning. Thank you for the tutorials and the motivation to do just that. :)

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  15. Soooo ready for spring! Congrats on projectalicia.com. ;)

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  16. As always, beautiful.
    I can only imagine all the amazing photos in your house :)

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  17. beautiful shots!! congrats on your new url!

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  18. I can really relate. We went to the store on the afternoon of April 8th and saw fresh snow low on the hills we were so amazed! It had been beautiful and warm the day before.

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  19. Absolutely beautiful - I've been avoiding too much outdoor time because of my allergies, but these photos make me want to get outside!

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  20. These pictures really make me want to see more flowers. It's still cold here in Nebraska. Low 40's. We only have a few flowers popping up.

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  21. Beautiful! I'm dying to see flowers like these growing in my backyard. We are getting snow. Again. Tonight. Inches of it. I'm so ready for spring!

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  22. Yay for you for getting your URL changed to match your site!

    Love all of the flower pics and the reminder of spring.

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  23. Alicia, those are beautiful flowers!! They would be perfect for the April #reverb11 prompt through www.reverb10.com - WHAT'S BLOSSOMING? Congrats on converting your url - I need and want to do the same thing!!

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  24. beautiful photos and congrats on your new site!

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  25. I love the second one. LOVE. But they are all awesome.

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  26. Our flowers here are peeking out as well, and I hope it stays warm, finally.

    Sorry to read about your husband's grandmother.

    Dagmar
    Dagmar's momsense

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  27. I have a Canon Powershot. A nice little P&S. *sigh*

    I really really really love that 3rd pic and the filter you used on it.

    --The Drama Mama

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  28. really some stunning flowers!

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  29. It's so nice to see those! We had snow on Monday - and so far almost no flowers are blooming yet. I wish spring would really truly get here!

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  30. Congrats on the new domain! It's redirecting just fine. :)

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  31. Those are beautiful!
    Blessings

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  32. Gorgeous shots! I love how you've cropped them too :)

    I have a Canon 550D (I think it's called a Rebel T2i in the States..)

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  33. Beautiful close-ups. We had snow here too recently (in MI) and are still waiting for Spring to arrive!

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  34. I love close ups and they are so Springy! Congrats on the new URL. I will miss weloveiowa but I suppose I can adjust. :) I use a DSLR...canon rebel.
    Katie
    http://pinkepost.blogspot.com/2011/04/link-up-wordlesswordful-wednesday.html

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  35. Gorgeous. I love the textures you used.

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  36. Do you have magnolia in your yard, I'm SOOOO envy, I really love that tree. I haven't bought it cause it not sure will it survive our winter. Still waiting blooming here, only crocuses has come up:)
    How did you change the blogspot to projectalicia.com!?

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  37. I love your photos...soo soothing...Yes, I'm a DSLR gal, Nikon D700.

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  38. Great pictures! That reminds me, that I wanted to take some pictures of our magnolia, too (before all blooms are faded. If you like to visit me back - there is a translation button on the sidebar (just in case you'd need one). Katja

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  39. Love your photos, Alicia! I wish I was even half as good as you. Happy WW, just visiting from Live and Love...Out Loud :)

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  40. Wow! I love. I love the effects you've put on them as well.

    Visiting from Hobo Mama and Natural Parents Network (both with linkies)!

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  41. A very nice portrayal of spring.

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  42. ok, so i was feeling pretty good about my spring/flower photography I linked up, and then I saw your gorgeous photos on this page. haha! You truly just get better and better with your photography. Beautiful, creative stuff. good for you!

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  43. Definitely signs of hope! Absolutely beautiful, as usual! :)

    WW: Dork Dogs and Cats

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  44. I use a DSLR - new in November, so I'm still learning. Love your flower photos. I'll have to join your photo group since spring sprung around here weeks ago.

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  45. I love living spring through you

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  46. we had another six plus inches of THUNDER snow last night. Where is spring?

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  47. I forget how much longer it takes you guys to start seeing buds than us. I bet you are soooo happy for these signs of spring!

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  48. Beautiful spring snippets...so pretty. Love the textures!

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  49. I love the texture you added to these, they really make the pictures pop!

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  50. Spring always yields such lovely photo opportunities. Love the texture too!

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  51. How beautiful! What effect/texture did you use on those photos?

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  52. Stunning shots, if I can't see Spring here yet, I am thrilled to see them in your gorgeous photo's!

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  53. I love your shots this week- so dreamy & romantic!

    I don't use a DSLR- YET. I have what I call my learning camera that has a lot of the same features & settings, but has 1 fixed lens. Although it is only about 5 months old- I do plan on upgrading as soon as I can. In the research stages right now to decide which one I will get.

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  54. Absolutely gorgeous! You are truly talented!

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  55. Beautiful! That last photo looks like a painting. :)

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  56. Ah, if only we had spring here, maybe today. It looks promising...

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  57. Congrats on being a .com!!! Gorgeous captures...all of them!

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  58. New to the DSLR world but loving it! I linked another spring shot :-)

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  59. So pretty! I'm so happy Spring is finally here!

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  60. those pics are gorgeous!! i can't wait for the flowers to arrive here.

    i just gave a point and shoot to my 3yr old... i do a feature of his photos on fridays come by for a look see. http://polliwogsinbloom.blogspot.com/2011/04/view-from-here_08.html

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  61. Beautiful pictures!

    I'm hosting my first receipt blog hop over at Peas & Carrots if anyone has anything they'd like to link up. It's at www.navefamilyfood.blogspot.com. It will be every Wednesday. Just trying to get the word out!

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  62. Beautiful colors, pure delicacy, a deliciously exquisite beauty. Excellent texture of these majestic flowers. Congratulations on a very open blog. A hug

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  63. Beautiful photos of spring. Thanks for stopping in and linking up this week. We hope to see you again next week.
    Amber

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  64. beautiful photos. i love the lighting and color, as always. just lovely.

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  65. Congratulations on your own website! Tremendous! (A lot easier to remember and catchier than "weloveiowa," too!

    Phenomenal pictures! Love your new banner, too. You are really talented when it comes to making collages!

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