MAXINE BILLINGS, Photographer & Author

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DAFFODILS 4Hello, everyone!  I hope you all are doing well.  I’ve been extremely busy so it’s been a while since I’ve written a post for my blog.  It’s almost spring, and I have a severe case of spring fever.

Yesterday after leaving the doctor’s office with Mama, she and I came upon the most beautiful sight!  The first picture shows the scene from a distance when we initially saw it.  The others expand on the magnificent view as we got closer.  Along the way, we also spotted three geese strolling through the grass in search of food, and as we made our way back up the trail, they came closer and two of them stopped to pose for us.

We were in no hurry, and Mama picked up some hickory nuts.  Then I spotted some cute, little pine cones, and she decided that she wanted some to mix with her hickory nuts in a bowl for a decorative touch.

Today, it’s raining and a little cooler, but I am so thankful to our wonderful and loving Creator that He allowed Mama and me to have such a lovely time together yesterday–enjoying each other’s company and His awesome creation.  I’m also grateful that we don’t ever have to go far to see His beauty.  Small and great, it’s always around us–no matter where we are!  All of it declares His glory and the work of His hands. (Psalm 19:1)

I hope you enjoy my pictures and have an awesome day!  🙂

As always, this is from my heart to yours,








2 thoughts on “SPRING FEVER

  1. Beautiful indeed, Maxine.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Thank you so much, Cynthia! 🙂


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