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New Beginnings

My mosiac for this week's addition of Mosiac Monday was based on what is new in the outdoors. There are so many new surprises each day now as I mosey around in the garden.  For more Mosiac Monday fun visit Mary at DearLittleRedHouse and see what others are finding new.

Some of you have commented that the mosiac could not be enlarged by clicking on it.  I have edited it and I think it works now.  Thanks.  V

Comments

Bobbi said…
Hi, Very beautiful mosaic picture! I hope that you have a lovely new week!
Hugs...
Bobbi
Lovely mosaic, some of my favorite colors for the garden. Have a great day!
Nice signs of spring Val.
Rettabug said…
Don't you just ♥ Spring?! It is my very most favorite season...full of promise, no humidity, no snow & lovely temperatures. Plus all the wonderful flowers you showcased. Well done!
Glenda/MidSouth said…
Love your flowers! I love this time of the year.
Have a great week.
Naturegirl said…
New beginnings rebirth Spring is here to stay! Your mosaic is lovely!Happy gardening!
kim said…
Great spring flowers in the mosaic.
Lenore said…
Your mosaic is very lovely....spring is popping out all over!
Vonda said…
I love everything about this...I love spring! Beautiful Mosaic...
EG Wow said…
This is the best time of year for enjoying our gardens!
Snap said…
Spring is finally springing! Lovely mosaic.
Mary said…
Oh how I love spring -- so much promise! Thanks for sharing your lovely images at MM. :)
32˙North said…
I can never get enough pansies and violas - all those sweet flower faces!

Amanda
Dishesdone said…
Those are beautiful surprises! Love your mosaic!
Americana Lady said…
I would have loved to see some of your pictures at a larger size. A great mosaic! Joan #Americana By Candlelight
Hi Valerie,

Your mosaic is so pretty...Spring has sprung! YAY ♥

Thanks so much for visiting me..do come back anytime.

I've included a link that tells you the history of Barkcloth.

http://coololdstuff.com/barkclothtext.html

Have a wonderful day...

Hugs,
Stephanie ♥
luna said…
What a gorgeous mosaic!
Carly said…
beautiful flowers! It is so nice this time of year when the flowers are in bloom. Great use of the mosaic!
So pretty! I love the photo of aparadus beginning to pop out of the ground!
Icy BC said…
Beautiful mosaic!
Lori E said…
Don't you just love walking around the garden this time of year when you suddenly remember a plant you maybe added at the end of the season or one that someone special shared with you. I look forward to seeing more.
Pondside said…
Beautiful collection of spring colours - especially that pansy!
I know Holland Landing well - lived for a short time in Bradford, when The Great Dane was at college in Toronto. I loved that part of the country.

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