Mittwoch, 15. Juni 2016

QUERBEET-Festival: Musikkabarett "PRALLfatal" Impressions & Videos

Peaceful souls 
dancing quietly 
weighing in the wind,
the hope
that never goes by. 
©by Gina Matt



Leise tanzen
friedliche Seelen
wiegend
im Wind der Hoffnung,
die niemals
vergeht.

©by Gina Matt
 






Photographie und Video Erstellung ©by Gina Matt / Art&Nature

(Amateur-, Hobby und Naturfotografie) 

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Samstag, 12. März 2016

Spring is on the Way

If we stop and listen, just observe... our awareness grows.

"I am going to try to pay attention to the spring. 
I am going to lookaround at all the flowers, 
and look up at the hectic trees. 
I am going to close my eyes and listen." 
~Anne Lamott












My Video "Spring is on the Way":
Enjoy my captures of melting snow water, peaceful ducks, busy tilt bird and
bee, first buds and flowers charm and the feeling of spring in the air!



All pictures and inspirational photography taken in Vorarlberg, Austria 
©copyright by Gina Matt 

You might also enjoy my other theme related videos:


http://naturpunkt.blogspot.co.at/2014/03/its-spring-again.html


http://naturpunkt.blogspot.co.at/2014/04/the-magnolia-treesbreathtaking-delicate.html
 


I►Link to my website Naturpunkt 

Samstag, 5. März 2016

What a joy! Colorful Revival after Winter

When it seems like winter will never lose its icy grip,
the dainty goblet-shaped crocus pushes
through the snow to put on a show of colorful revival.


 

From snow crocuses (the first to bloom) to giant Dutch crocuses, 
all just 2 to 4 inches tall, these blooms offer a variety in color
(pinks, reds, oranges, yellows, purples, blues, and more)

that stand out against the bleak late-winter landscape.


Many have strong perfumes that lure bees out of their hives
in February or March.


My New Video "The Crocus Flowers - Colorful Revival after Winter (HD):



Small bulbs like crocus not only provide winter garden color, but they naturalize, 
meaning that they spread and come back year after year—
with minimum care—for an ever-larger display. 

As a bonus, deer, squirrels, and rabbits rarely bother early little bulbs.























Another Video about busy bees in teamwork on a Spring morning:
 



If you are not planting this perennial bulb, 
you are missing an early season of delight.
If you like to know more about crocuses:
http://www.almanac.com/plant/crocuses 

You might also like these other articles:

Link to my personal website:
http://www.naturpunkt.at