La Primavera

La primavera means “spring” in English. Oh yeah, I don’t think I have ever mentioned this, but I do speak Spanish. And I love speaking Spanish. Just ask John. Or my parents. I make them play the “tell me a word in English and I’ll tell you how to say it in Spanish” game. They love it. No, seriously. 😉

But alas, I digress.

So spring is officially here in Charlottesville, and it’s beautiful. Despite the small digression we had yesterday (rain, gloom and 40 degree temps), it’s been quite lovely here. I love how taking my camera with me on walks allows me to see the world with new eyes. Without my camera, I don’t think I would be rolling around on the grass trying to get a close up shot of the green shoots, or climbing up on walls to get a better view of a hyacinth. So I thank you, Sr. camera, for challenging me to see the world from a new perspective. I hope you all are enjoying spring in all it’s glory and in new ways. If you’re farther north and reading this and are tempted to send me hate mail just hang in there a few more weeks. Your spring will come. In the mean time, you can live vicariously through these pics!

Feliz primavera a todos! (Happy spring to everyone!)

Un abrazo,

Natalie

mom - March 29, 2010 - 7:00 pm

Lovely,lovely. I love flowers! I could name all but a few. The tree w/ yellow leaves? I’m not sure about the grass w/ white little flowers? Love, MOM

Jenny Van - March 29, 2010 - 8:27 pm

Wow, Natalie – these pictures are absolutely stunning! (love the site too, btw ;)) I miss the spring in Charlottesville…

hope you and John are well!

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