“I Need Green”


I can’t reiterate  enough how sick of winter that I am, so maybe thru some kind of karma, I will post this image from last spring with the hopes of hastening the season along.

Ok…. So I am full of it, but I thought you might enjoy this scene from The Great Smokey Mountain National Park that I captured last year, warm weather lush vegetation and flowing water are all components that went into this image and all are conditions I am yearning for daily.

So I will just keep hoping that the weather finally breaks and the wildflowers will start to emerge and until then I guess I will have to rely on old files to get my fix on spring.

Thanks for stopping by and taking a look.

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30 thoughts on ““I Need Green”

  1. barbara

    I’d bet you for first one to take and post a real wildflower…but you live too far south. So I’m waiting, Bernie. Where IS the wildflower? Soon? Arrrgghhh.

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  2. conchlife

    Tired of green? Then come down and mow my patch of grass I call a lawn? Your niece begged and pleaded last weekend until her mother put up a small pool to kill what little gras there is for you to mow. The sun is out, flowers are blooming, etc…Mayflower can always improve the weather!

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  3. HeyJules

    It’s coming Bernie! Hold on! I saw my first robin redbreast last night and he said he was heading your way.

    GORGEOUS photo. I have GOT to get to the Smokey Mountains!

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  4. kml

    I hear you, Bernie – we still have about a four foot ice pack here – usually it’s just about gone this time of the year. Spring cannot come soon enough! Great photo with hopes of what’s to come!

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  5. aullori

    That is so beautiful – you know oddly… it reminds me of the Biblical reference to Israel. (“The land of milk and honey”) I guess in an interesting way this is how my ‘minds eye’ would visualize God’s promised land. I love how you captured the surface tension of the water – with that almost milky texture to it. Okay darn I’ve found myself running out of words again … everything about this photograph says calm, serene and lush. (Three things that go great together by the way!)

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  6. JT

    Are you still burried under all that snow? It is like 90 and a sand storm over here. I have never seen so many camels on my desert travels either. Hope spring comes quickly for you my friend! Talk at you later, JT.

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  7. Howard Grill

    Beautiful shot Bernie. The green is amazing. Do you remember where exactly the location is, because I think I might have been there on my trip to the Smokies last fall. It looks familiar!

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  8. Bernie Kasper Post author

    Howard… I shot this on the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail in the creek right below The Place of a Thousand Drips, boy that was a mouthful, that part of the park is one of my favorites !!

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  9. Mark

    I have been to this spot also, great shot Bernie. I think the sentiment of being sick of winter is quite common. Pretty soon a boycott is in order.

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  10. Richard Wong

    I woudln’t know what winter is like… but this scene looks appetizing. The moss resembles a northwestern type of environment more than what I’d think to see out there.

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