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A Month of Photos: March

It’s April and that means it’s time to show you the mosaic of my photos from the month of March. Ready?

With March came flowers – daffodils and crocus – and also more knitting and daily life photos. You can click on the mosaic to make it bigger to get a better view of all those photos. To get the best view, visit my 2012 flickr set.

On a completely unrelated note, Kym is having a contest to determine which of her current projects is going to become her March Madness Champion. Please go vote and tell her Carole sent you. Thanks!

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  1. After a long cross country trip it was nice to see all the daffies in my yard. Love the photo of the cardinal in flight!

  2. A fun collection. I am trying to remember to take a picture every day. So far I’m one for seven, so maybe “trying” isn’t the right verb. Your monthly collections demonstrates a lot more than “trying” – more like cultivating. I love Mason’s pic!

  3. Your montage is so cool. I can’t seem to get my act together enough for put that many photos into a set Good going!

  4. I love your whole month of pictures. Even though it’s a day late, I do believe I’ll give it a try, even though taking pictures is one of those things I think I SHOULD do, but DON’T do.

    It gives you such a neat picture of what was important to you during the time span you do it. Thanks for sharing!

  5. I love that you put this up each month, it’s always fun to look back at your month in a cool montage! I’m honored to have ‘made the cut’ twice 🙂

  6. Great photos – as always 🙂

    The mug cracked me up. And I love the yarn that Mason brought to you! Aren’t cats great??

  7. Loved the variety of photos and loved the mug! Norma has a tee shirt with the same logo. i tried to find one on line and you wouldn’t believe where that took me!

  8. Great montage – I really want to do one of these but never seem to get my stuff together. You had all sorts of red in your Feb montage, this one has so many lovely flowers. Seriously cool.

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