Jubilation

Spring – jubilant, triumphant, exuberant.
Spring – my favorite season, has finally arrived!

Frühling – jubelnd, triumphierend, überschwänglich.
Frühling – die beste Jahreszeit ist endlich angekommen!

Spring in the Highlands

Spring in the Highlands

From the most humble, tiniest flowers

Von den bescheidensten und kleinsten Blümchen

Forget-me-nots

Forget-me-nots

to sweet road-side surprises:

zu lieblichen Überraschungen am Straßenrand:

Columbine along fence

Columbine along fence

to the most showy and colorful blooms:

zu den auffälligsten und farbenfrohen Blüten:

Rhododendron flowers

Rhododendron flowers

Procreation, continuation of the species, nurturing what’s still young and full of promise:

Fortpflanzung, Fortsetzung der Arten, Nähren von was noch jung und voller Versprechen ist:

Canada Goose with young goslings

Canada Goose with young goslings

This hummingbird – symbolic of the freedom and striving upward of the season:

Dieser Kolibri – Symbolik der Freiheit und des Strebens:

hummingbird taking off

A tapestry of wonder and delight and jubilation!

Eine Tapisserie des Staunens, der Freude und des Jubels!

Koi in pond

Koi in pond

The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Jubilant.

About Beauty Along the Road

My name is Annette. I am passionate about nature, health, simplicity, self-reliance, truth, and life-long learning. Originally from Germany, I now live in Virginia, USA. I am a therapist, health coach, writer, photographer, and organic gardener.
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63 Responses to Jubilation

  1. Julie says:

    Gorgeous! Forget-me-knots are a favorite of mine. You brightened my day with these pictures and prose.

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  2. Beautiful and poetic. Loved it!🙂

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  3. Val Boyko says:

    True jubilation! Thank you for sharing with us 😄

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  4. Tish Farrell says:

    Jubilant indeed, Annette. Lovely to see your versions of wild flowers we also have here. Your columbine is especially gorgeous and covetable🙂

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  5. A wonderful celebration of spring, Annette. The hummingbird shot is wonderful.🙂

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  6. Great post, Annette! This time of the year is always worth celebrating. Thanks!

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  7. Olga says:

    Beautiful post. That hummingbird capture is amazing.🙂

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous photos, Annette. They make me jubilant.🙂

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  9. Spring is always full of jubilation, especially after all the rain we’ve had!🙂

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  10. Quite beautiful, Annette, right down to the Canadian Goose and her kids. –Curt

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  11. cindy knoke says:

    So lovely, each one!

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  12. Donna King says:

    Beautiful pictures and commentary, Annette! I hadn’t realized you were such a good photographer. (Donna from the Kripalu writers’ group)

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  13. Dalo 2013 says:

    Wow, you make spring jump out with these photos ~ with the gosling pics being a perfect capture of this great season.

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  14. A jubilant set of images for a glorious season💕

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  15. bmarius19 says:

    I love that duck family. It’s so cute.

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  16. Sahana says:

    Love the pic of forget me nots and canada goose!!

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  17. Beautiful photographs, especially the hummingbird hovering near the sculpture. And I see you too have captured the watercolour qualities of a koi pond!

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  18. Maria F. says:

    Beautiful photos Annette, thanks so much!

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  19. Beautiful! I love every shot–and your sensibility.

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  20. phoartetry says:

    Excellent post Annette. Enjoyed very much.

    Connie

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  21. Tammi Kale says:

    Stunning posts! Glad I found you!

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