Tre accenni di primavera.

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Ho visto nel mio giardino a Verona la settimana scorsa,  chiari segnali dell’arrivo imminente della primavera.  Li riassumo in tre principali – Numero uno:  la primissima ape bottinatrice che,  appena svegliatasi dal letargo invernale,  succhiava avidamente le mie violette…(foto sopra)…

Secondo:  le prime coccinelle,  anche loro appena nate…(foto qui sotto)…

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In terzo luogo,  alcune fioriture spontanee che ho fotografato qua e la’ nelle campagne e nei giardini.  Solo le violette sono mie…(qui dovete cliccare per allargare il mosaico)…

 

Questo post e’ dedicato a coloro che,  sia in Italia come in Finlandia,  attendono impazienti la bella stagione!

Three signs of Spring.    Last week in my garden in Verona I saw clear signs of upcoming spring.  I will share three of them with you:

Number one:  the absolutely first honey bee,  just awakened from winter-sleeping,  who was taking chance of my violets…(first 3 photos)…

Second:  the absolutely first few ladybugs,  newly born…(following 3 photos)…

Thirdly:  a few different spontaneous bloomings which I photographed in fields and gardens,  including the above mentioned violets…(click to enlarge the mosaic)…

This post is heartily dedicated to those of you who are waiting for Spring impatiently,  in Italy as well as in Finland!

 

Linked to:  Makrotex Challenge…THREE.  Floral Bliss.  Image-in-ing.  Kukkailottelua.


23 thoughts on “Tre accenni di primavera.

  1. Grazie, Rita. Il tempo meteorologico va e viene…non e’ sempre bello nemmeno in Italia: questa settimana piove parecchio. Ma il mondo e’ cosi’! Speriamo che la coccinella non soffra troppo…

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  2. Hello!:) I love all your pretty Spring flowers, especially the violets and their visitors. It’s been a long time since I have seen a Ladybug.

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  3. Wonderful signs of spring, Luisella!
    Bees, ladybirds and flowers… I love them all, but I appreciate especially the photo of the cute ladybird. I don’t see them as often as when I was a child and have very few photos of them.
    Baci!

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