NPM | 52Frames | #ThursdayTreeLove | Leading Lines

52Frames Week 17

The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper. —Eden Phillpotts

Why am I awake at 1:00 a.m. trying to pass a [technically] Friday post off as #ThursdayTreeLove? Because my time was not my own at all this week, so I am snatching a moment when I can.

The guys and I went to Harvest Square Preserve, a Land Trust near our home, because I wanted to get this shot for the 52Frames Week 17 prompt, “Leading Lines.” This lush scene was everything I expected, but then, we received a bonus! We saw a rabbit that we are convinced is one of the rabbits we rescued and released a couple of summers ago. Unlike other bunnies that hippity-hop away as quickly as possible, he hung around a bit for us, just kind of watching and waiting, maybe building up the courage to “say” hello.

I’d shot the scene above a few times before, so I decided to edit the 52Frames submission. I like how the edit accentuates the lines that pull us into the image and onto the walking trail.

It’s late spring. The trees are bursting and there’s so much to explore.


I am joining Parul Thakur for #ThursdayTreeLove every second and fourth Thursday of the month. If you would like to play along, post a picture of a tree on your blog and link it back to her latest #treelove post.

15 thoughts on “NPM | 52Frames | #ThursdayTreeLove | Leading Lines

  1. Sheila Marie Delgado says:

    LOVE your story of the bunnY. Yes, I believe. Working up the courage. And waiting for an all clear. He did not want the other wild bunnies to know he had “human” connections. LOL 🙂 LOVE this image. Reminds me of an exciting grade school reader. YEs, I want to read this book! I have to find out what is further down that exciting path. 🙂 To a better week next week! 🙂

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  2. Parul Thakur says:

    That’s a gorgeous edit and I wonder how did the actual picture look like. I wish bunnies were like dogs when it comes to sticking close and around. That was a cute story and I hope your week has been good so far. Take care and see you around in today’s edition.

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    • Chandra Lynn says:

      Yay! Another bunny story. One day last week I opened the windows in my home office and found a bunny having fun in my lily garden. Of course, it scampered off, but now, I’m convinced it is the offspring of our other bunny friend. I have never seen bunnies in our backyard before!

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