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Signs of Spring

The Northern Hemisphere is once more beginning its lean towards the Sun, with the spring equinox taking place last Friday, March 20th. People all over are welcoming the spring sunshine and new growth in many ways - from Stonehenge and Mayan pyramids to Dutch meadows and Texan beaches. Here is a collection that shows some of the signs of spring as we shake off the last bits of winter. (29 photos total)

A girl enjoys the warm weather in St James's Park on March 16, 2009 in London, England. Temperatures reached 17 degrees celsius (63F) that day. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
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190 comments so far...

First one to post! Awesome photographs.

Posted by Matt March 23, 09 12:05 PM

number 12 is amazing

Posted by guilherme March 23, 09 12:05 PM

Lovely to see bright colours and cheerful faces. Festivities and Celebrations.
Cheers to Life!

Posted by Nikhil March 23, 09 12:07 PM

What a wonderful world
What a wonderful pictures
Thank you

Posted by Fonk March 23, 09 12:08 PM

#22 - Huge...

Posted by errorka March 23, 09 12:14 PM

beautiful. I used to see a lot of snowdrop flowers and crocuses in Romania during spring. They don't grow in California so I miss them.

Posted by Ser March 23, 09 12:18 PM

So nice to see some pictures like that amid all of the turmoil in this world.

Beautiful pictures!

Posted by Whitney March 23, 09 12:24 PM

#13 is more amazing than #12 :-P

Posted by CGGG March 23, 09 12:27 PM

Great pictures!

Posted by nik March 23, 09 12:28 PM

I loved 3. I'm living in St. Petersburg right now. The last couple of weeks have seen more sun than the whole winter put together... no exaggeration. It's wonderful. Oh, babushkas...

Posted by Not that Tim March 23, 09 12:31 PM

What a wonderful set of photos to help Spring arrive all over the world.

Posted by Dawn March 23, 09 12:37 PM

Very amusing to see #13 included on this blog of beautiful photography... so nice to see evidence of your sense of humor as curator.

Posted by wharpua March 23, 09 12:38 PM

I live right next to #24, and I'm pretty sure I saw these exact geese driving home a few days ago at Wolf Lodge Bay.

Posted by Jake March 23, 09 12:42 PM

#12 Priceless..

Posted by CD March 23, 09 12:42 PM

Alan, I've been a reader/viewer since the beginning, and haven't commented so far., but this photo set compels me to. This might be my absolute favorite post so far; there are just so many beautiful and joyous shots, and the international flavor is terrific as usual. Great stuff; keep it up!

Posted by Mike March 23, 09 12:45 PM

Beautiful! My faves were the daffodils in London, the crocuses in Germany and the dancing cows in the Netherlands.

(I could've done without the spring breakers.)

Posted by kalisa March 23, 09 12:48 PM

I like #6, kinda what spring is all about.

Posted by tom March 23, 09 12:57 PM

nice spring pictures
it's good to get to see people enjoying spring in other countries
also, glad to see a picture of Mexico over there... great place
cheers from Mexico!

Posted by Jose March 23, 09 01:09 PM

Possibly my favourite batch of photos yet. Beautiful!

Posted by Anna F March 23, 09 01:13 PM

can we get an entire post from south padre island? thats what spring is all about

Posted by sugar March 23, 09 01:14 PM

haha #29. THROW THAT BALL, Sofia!

Posted by usernameguy March 23, 09 01:19 PM

Thanks for putting number 22 in there. Beautiful as always

Posted by Tucker March 23, 09 01:29 PM

Thanks so much. I feel humbled by the photographers. It's soon Spring here in Sweden, so I'll send one of mine for inclusion.
Have a great life and don't fret too much over the economics. Just get as much joy as you can everyday. The Baldchemist

Posted by The Baldchemist March 23, 09 01:33 PM

they're all beautiful
esp 14

Posted by Tunali March 23, 09 01:39 PM

#12: Lord of the Rings

#14: Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Both epic photos!

Posted by gary March 23, 09 01:45 PM

A stunning set as always, this site is just the best. Hope you don't ever stop. :)

Posted by Frederik March 23, 09 01:47 PM

Could we not find a better representation of Spring in America than trashy girls on a beach? Please!

Posted by yea yea yea March 23, 09 01:50 PM

The Idaho "snow geese" (#24) are actually wild swans (either Trumpeter or Tundra Swans). Note the long necks and the all-white wings.

Posted by Eric Salzman March 23, 09 01:53 PM

Ahhh spring!! Thanks for sharing!!

Posted by Shannon B March 23, 09 01:54 PM


#13 earth moving epicness....

Posted by Anonymous March 23, 09 01:56 PM

The pictures are really great! Thank you!

Posted by Lev Sigal March 23, 09 01:59 PM

#2: wonderful moment
#14: awesome!!

Posted by Spiritz March 23, 09 02:01 PM

esp....2,4 & 23

Posted by Dr. Zimbardo Kakatabouy March 23, 09 02:05 PM


A Prayer in Spring
Robert Frost (1915)

Oh, give us pleasure in the flowers to-day;
And give us not to think so far away
As the uncertain harvest; keep us here
All simply in the springing of the year.

Oh, give us pleasure in the orchard white,
Like nothing else by day, like ghosts by night;
And make us happy in the happy bees,
The swarm dilating round the perfect trees.

And make us happy in the darting bird
That suddenly above the bees is heard,
The meteor that thrusts in with needle bill,
And off a blossom in mid air stands still.

For this is love and nothing else is love,
The which it is reserved for God above
To sanctify to what far ends He will,
But which it only needs that we fulfil


Posted by Anne Morin March 23, 09 02:05 PM

So wonderful to see pictures of eclectic festivals and beautiful signs of spring from around the world; the fact that we Texans are known for a week of drunken debauchery: epic fail.

Posted by Brad March 23, 09 02:20 PM

If # 6 is not the perfect definition of bliss, I don't know what is....

Posted by Ligurian March 23, 09 02:33 PM

Lovely photos! I've never seen people sunbathing standing up before (#3)

Posted by Witchpickle March 23, 09 02:39 PM

This is so unfair... everywhere else spring is already looking good but here in Finland, it's still very very much winter... (today snowed last time).

You're so lucky if you are living somewhere else...

Posted by Simakuutio March 23, 09 02:45 PM

Absolutely wonderful collection of beautiful images. Here in the Southern Hemisphere we now see the approaches of winter......

Posted by Ian Brodie March 23, 09 02:54 PM

Thanks for #18. It's my college town, the only Henniker on earth, and a world away from me right now.

Posted by jonathan March 23, 09 02:56 PM

#24 is actually a flock of swans. Most likely Tundra Swans

Posted by Brad March 23, 09 02:58 PM

#24 does not show Snow Geese -- those are Tundra Swans (formerly known as Whistling Swans). The swan and goose migration routes are the same, but Snow Geese have black primary wing feathers, pale bills, and shorter necks; Tundra Swans are pure white, with black bills and very long necks..

Posted by Doctor Science March 23, 09 03:00 PM

Aaaaaaaaaaaah! #26 is sooooooooo cute! A squirrel with a punk hair-do!

Love these pictures, they just make you smile... We need to see these just as much as we need to be made aware of problems in the world!

Posted by Aicho March 23, 09 03:02 PM

Ahhhh...! A breath of SPRING..... What could be more glorious...?

Posted by Tish March 23, 09 03:07 PM

Beautiful pictures.

Posted by macputin March 23, 09 03:34 PM

#24 is my favourite, i love sharp photos of birds...

Posted by Kristian March 23, 09 03:48 PM

Beautiful pictures, all proof of God's love.

Posted by Springtime March 23, 09 03:50 PM

These pictures on the blog make my day everyday.

Posted by jguffey March 23, 09 03:55 PM

Oh My God, I had never seen so many beautiful photos of celebrations of Spring all over the world. I am from Iran where first day of spring has been celebrated for thousands of years as the beginning of the New year. I always thought that first day of spring is definetly a great choice for celebration of new beginnings since all nature renews itself and is at its most beautiful state. what a great collection of pictures you have shown us . Thanks. I will never forget this and hope to be able to add to it and transfer the great feelings I get of being in tune with nature during these wonderful days of spring.

Posted by soudabeh March 23, 09 04:11 PM

whaha i loled at #29 great pict's

Posted by Gehaktbal91 March 23, 09 04:12 PM

Enjoy your last springtime before war.

Posted by Boby the r^frenchy March 23, 09 04:16 PM

#22 is very profound...a soldier embracing the poppy's beauty even while he struggles against the drug trade.

Posted by colby March 23, 09 04:59 PM

I love this pictures! They are amazing.

Posted by tzgajnar March 23, 09 04:59 PM

If only the bluebonnets were out this time of year instead of the Spring Breakers....Texas would be much better represented. The rest of the shots were beautiful, though.

Posted by APV March 23, 09 05:08 PM

We were in Chichen Itzá and it was an undescribable experience. Everyone should be there at the equinox at least one time in his/her life.

Awesome photo. Greetings from Mexico

Posted by Carlos y Ayari March 23, 09 05:28 PM

Beautiful as always, thank you.

Posted by Norbert March 23, 09 05:29 PM

#29 is very close to where I you can see, it mostly looks and feels like a pathetically snowless winter. But there were robins all over my backyard today, so things seem to be looking up. I love seeing these pictures, especially the ones involving rituals around the world. I love seeing nature and the new beginnings of life celebrated like that.

Posted by Abbey March 23, 09 05:34 PM

#20 is great. Makes me want to not live in the city. Maybe I'll go to Uzbekistan with #19.

Posted by Al March 23, 09 06:18 PM

Thanks for sharing these!!! I love # 3 and # 23 with the little girl ready to eat!! Oh and # 28 of the Yorkie. I'm own by 3!! LOL

Posted by Judy Dement March 23, 09 06:31 PM


Posted by Tom Guarriello March 23, 09 07:19 PM

i love SPRING & also these unbelievable SHOTS!!!

Posted by flora March 23, 09 09:29 PM

Sim, a primavera é a mais bonita das estações em todo o mundo, além de ter também o clima mais agradável. Bonitas fotos!

Posted by M. Tigre March 23, 09 09:30 PM

No 5 so ethereal - great photo!!

Posted by Jeez March 23, 09 09:42 PM

#1 such vivid colour in the city. Makes me miss home! Great images!

Posted by Mark W March 23, 09 10:03 PM

#24 nice to make a wallpaper

Posted by mag March 23, 09 10:05 PM

Wow! what a gift! thank you!

Posted by Cathy March 23, 09 10:42 PM

Wonderful pix!!! :)

Posted by Anonymous March 23, 09 10:54 PM

i love the big picture more then life itself... i am a photo editor and i check it out everyday and even though i am staring at photos all day long, it still impresses me everytime!

Posted by isabelle March 23, 09 11:18 PM

outstanding photos

Posted by Aziz Dalloul March 23, 09 11:51 PM

Another great set. I have been telling my friends about TBP ---one of the best blogs on the web. Always inspiring!

Posted by Anonymous March 24, 09 12:21 AM

Nothing like typical American excess in number 13. It is things like that, that make everyone else hate us all.

Posted by Brandon March 24, 09 01:53 AM

yet another amazing photo collage of cultures...thank you TBP!

Posted by 0blivi0n March 24, 09 02:49 AM

Beautiful and educative, a nice combination. I must dig around this blog more.

We still have snow and ice here but the increased sunshine - especially when enhanced by white snow - is one of the first signs of spring in itself. The winter-coated squirrel up a tree reminds me more of winter than spring though. :)

Posted by Another passer-by Finn March 24, 09 03:33 AM

Yeah spring... :))

Posted by Louise March 24, 09 04:25 AM

#24 - those are trumpeter swans

Posted by david March 24, 09 05:07 AM

26 it's funny. I watch your photos every day and every you have at least one funny photo. At least 3 of my friends enjoy viewing this site (thanks to me, :D). Good luck! I haven't find for a long time a site that I wish to visit everyday.

Posted by byanka March 24, 09 05:12 AM

world is just awesome ;)

Posted by sundeep March 24, 09 06:16 AM

You can say what you want but picture # 13 is the best :) of all !!!

Posted by UranicSentinel March 24, 09 06:17 AM

wonderful photos!
love N. 5 but all are fantastic!!!!!

Posted by Flavio March 24, 09 06:31 AM


Posted by Johan March 24, 09 06:50 AM

I hope a day comes, when I can tell people that, I was there in each one of those locations and experienced each one of those cultures portrayed here!!! Awesome collection!

Posted by Pradeep Prakash March 24, 09 07:05 AM

These are some fantastic photos ... excellent.

Posted by Felix Sim March 24, 09 07:19 AM

Beautiful! You make my day once again))
The last photo is soo cute!

Posted by Nick Sushkevich March 24, 09 07:19 AM

17 woo bhoo

Posted by bob March 24, 09 07:56 AM

#13 is what American girls do, all of them, all the time.


Posted by MarketGarden March 24, 09 08:08 AM

Marvelous moments! Most of them mixing antagonic elements, trying to make themselves working in a unitarian team. Superb!

Posted by Valeria S March 24, 09 08:54 AM

what makes #6 even more enjoyable is the fact that she is 'enjoying herself' (see left hand in pants??!)

great set and thanks for getting us all excited...about spring being here (of course).

Posted by dawson March 24, 09 09:04 AM

reminds to keep telling everyone I know to help save this planet :)

Posted by SkiFi March 24, 09 09:06 AM

What a collection, great photo art!

Posted by Kort March 24, 09 09:13 AM

number 13 is very very beautiful.

Posted by Ahmad March 24, 09 09:27 AM

What a trivial sentimental shallow set of snaps. Grow up.

Posted by Geoff March 24, 09 10:11 AM

Amazing! I will have great mood all day) Thank you

Posted by Skasia March 24, 09 10:26 AM

You should have put 11 close to 13 because they deal with the same thing, how cows are enjoying the beginning of spring !

Posted by ulysse March 24, 09 10:42 AM

writer #27 and others: I wonder if one day, one post will make everybody happy. Each time, some tight ass complains about something, this time about a few girls on the beach. One picture only out of 29! Is that too much? maybe you wanted a warning with "questionable contents" as well? Get a life, get some sense of humor! This is part of the world, sorry if you hate life. Do you hear people complaining because that beautiful woman on #19 is dressed up? No, and it doesn't spoil the pleasure to look at the picture.

Posted by ben March 24, 09 10:52 AM

Quite the contrast between #3 and #13, you should sort them together. :)

Posted by JamieD March 24, 09 12:03 PM

Living in Saskatchewan, Canada.....we still are COMPLETELY snow covered as of today. I appreciate seeing others enjoy the signs of spring though. OH...soon....soooooooon....soon it will be here for us as well. Love Canada, but hate the winter lasting until April or May.

Posted by vraiment March 24, 09 12:34 PM

Very optimistic fotos in the middle of the present economical darkness. Please put some more fotos.

Posted by Costas C March 24, 09 01:49 PM

I love #6, 14 and 23 !
Thank you !

Posted by Stéphanie March 24, 09 02:48 PM

Beautiful and amazing pictures! I WAS one of those girls on South Padre Island back in the 60's and 70's! How time flies!

Posted by Kathy March 24, 09 02:52 PM

some very nice pitures

Posted by Anonymous March 24, 09 02:57 PM

Snow started to melt, looks like a good time to open sunbathing season in Russia..

Greetings from Lithuania

Posted by Tomas Liubinas March 24, 09 03:01 PM

Hahaha, #12 is so taken out of Lord of the Rings
#13 is also very good :)

Posted by ryan March 24, 09 03:12 PM


Posted by Amos March 24, 09 03:13 PM

these photos are fantastic! love them all, especially the first one.

Posted by sarah March 24, 09 03:20 PM

Spring ? Where my wings ?

Posted by michael March 24, 09 03:54 PM

Living in the desert, I forget how beautiful and colorful the rest of the natural world is. And I live in LAS VEGAS! LOL People out there just doing their own thing without neon lights is so simply beautiful and so encouraging while in the U.S. it seems we are reminded day in and day out of gloom and doom. It's good to see everybody's smiling faces outside the windows!!!

Posted by Wendy K March 24, 09 03:55 PM

love the #13 with hot girls!!!!!

Posted by Ian March 24, 09 04:10 PM

Thanks for all the beautiful pictures, as always, but are you shure about the year?
wasn´t it in 2008? :) it is cold and raining and also a little bit snowing in the north of Bavaria ... thanks again for a little bit of spring feeling ..... ;)

Posted by Michael C. Geiss March 24, 09 04:53 PM

There is only one word to discribe this; fantastic! Thank you for the feast.

Posted by Frandymc March 24, 09 05:28 PM


Frühling läßt sein blaues Band
Wieder flattern durch die Lüfte
Süße, wohlbekannte Düfte
Streifen ahnungsvoll das Land
Veilchen träumen schon,
Wollen balde kommen
Horch, von fern ein leiser Harfenton!
Frühling, ja du bist's!
Dich hab ich vernommen!

Eduard Mörike

One of the most beautiful German poems, fitting for one of the most beautiful collections.

Posted by Schmierwurst March 24, 09 05:32 PM

#13 is Spring Break... as relevant as the old folks sunning by the wall (#3) just a lil warmer in Texas. wonderful set of spring pics.

Posted by niteman March 24, 09 05:35 PM

mooie fotos echt waar,maar waarom praten jullie allemaal engels?

Posted by murielle bouvet (france) March 24, 09 06:22 PM

FYI, the woman and girl in #23 are ethnically Kyrgyz, not Kazakh. You can tell by the design of the wall hangings behind them. Kazakh and Kyrgyz designs look quite different from each other and those are definitely Kyrgyz.

Posted by Matt March 25, 09 01:28 AM


Posted by febin March 25, 09 01:38 AM
115. is THE place to check out the best photos.

Posted by Tim March 25, 09 03:04 AM

Omdat dit misschien een Engelse website is?
Wonderfull pics :)

Posted by Rob March 25, 09 04:48 AM

"Temperatures reached 17 degrees celcius (63F) that day. " comment on the 1st picture. It's Celsius actually.


Posted by v March 25, 09 06:15 AM

Just great :)

Thank you, Big Picture :)))

Posted by Galina March 25, 09 09:12 AM

#7, Fallas in Valencia, Spain
I'm studying abroad this semester here in Valencia. What an amazing time!
If you'd like to see more photos of the celebration visit my flickr page:

Posted by Jeff March 25, 09 09:15 AM

last pic the littel girl looks like Nicole Kidman :D

Posted by soumya March 25, 09 09:16 AM

These pic are great and so colorful,they have so much life to them.

Posted by Sharee March 25, 09 11:21 AM

What's the big deal about the spring break photo? That's a part of spring in the U.S., just as much as bluebonnets, daffodils and spring training. I loved the Norwuz photos.

Posted by Whit March 25, 09 12:14 PM

Great collection of photos.

The big picture is one of my favourite time wasters. . .

Posted by Robert March 25, 09 01:24 PM

most of those pictures were on my birthday. it's cool to think about all what's going on around you when it's your special day. :)

Posted by Anonymos March 25, 09 01:42 PM

I find #22 to be the best of the set. God bless our men and women fighting for us so we can enjoy our spring season in freedom.

Posted by BRJ March 25, 09 02:51 PM

Love now 28 with the Yorkie who actually look quite big behind the flowers!
I, needless to say am owned by a Yorkie!

Posted by Al - Cape March 25, 09 04:36 PM

Happy Spring Northern Hemisphere!

Greetings from the another side of the world....

Posted by Horacio March 25, 09 05:51 PM

Happy Spring to everyone!
Only one comments for #23 Nawruz is not only Kurdish or Iranian holyday.
Spring equinox celebrated in turkik speaking countries as well.
It celebrates in Azerbaijan, Turkkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kirgiztsan and also
in Tatarstan and Bashkortostan (two authonomous regions of Russia where were Turkik speaking people live). We Turks call Novruz Ergenokon or Erken gun
(same meaning as in Persion Naw Ruz means new day in Turkish Erken Gun means new day too).

Posted by Nazim March 25, 09 06:41 PM

Happy Spring again!
One more comment for #23. It's better to call Nawruz not as Persian or Iranian New Year, but Central Asian New Year. Ergenokon celebrated trough all turkik speaking people in Central Asia during Spring Equinox and even in turkik speaking authonomous regions of Russia (Tatarstan and Bashkortostan). As for Turkey is celebrated there by Kurds and Turks who lives in Iqdir, Erzurum, Kars, regions close to Caucasus border. During the Ottoman times all Turks celebrate it, but not now.

Posted by Nazim March 25, 09 06:51 PM

Spring break/Coca-cola dance contest ...
Through this collection, the American traditions seem really futile and disconnected from the past compare to other foreign customs.

Posted by Alex March 25, 09 06:57 PM

Beautiful, educative, outstanding photo's unbelievable spring shots from around the world. I loved all of them.

Posted by PAULINE HEANEY March 25, 09 10:10 PM

hi!! i´m from argentina! we´re starting autumn these days! but it still feels like summer! nice pics! c ya! ;)

Posted by ileana March 25, 09 11:12 PM

enfin des bonnes nouvelles

Posted by Uatio March 26, 09 11:40 AM

enfin des bonnes nouvelles

Posted by Uatio March 26, 09 11:41 AM

Posted by stillwaters March 26, 09 12:02 PM

Great photos. and i love the idea of knowing the world goes on around all the violence and suicide. Id love to have photos from my day of birth each year. and as an opinion i believe these photos are important to let the politicians know that ppl of other countries are not just celebrating the kill but other things as well an they are human as well. we are all gods creatures. i am related to ppl in iraq by gd and i live in usa new york state. thank you for the awakening.

Posted by peaches March 26, 09 12:32 PM

fotos de lo maximo, esos dedos y hojos fotograficos los filicito me hedado un banquete de deleiti .felicidades exito a todos los inspirados de la naturalidad del mundo positivo.

Posted by antun blanch March 26, 09 12:52 PM

Although Newroz is celebrated by many people in Asia, we must aknowledge the fact that Newroz is most deeply celebrated by the Kurds in Kurdistan and abroad, more than any other population in the world.

Posted by Reb March 26, 09 01:22 PM

hip, hip, hurrah! Spring is coming !!!!
Magnificent collection of photos.
I most like the first photo.

Posted by Frank de Jol March 26, 09 04:38 PM

Great collection of photos.

Posted by Ed March 26, 09 05:56 PM

Unbelivable..! I,ve newer seen before beatifull pictures like this

Posted by DJ Vladic March 27, 09 07:55 AM

WOW just amazing set of photos. So sad that people can still pick apart others peoples work and not just injoy, live and let live with out sniddy coments! I'm a first timer at this site its going into my favs. Just reinforces my believing in God and that he shows his beauty all over the world thx again for putting this together

Posted by ROGER March 27, 09 10:35 AM

The world is only north hemisphere. Here are the south hemisphire ? There are live there ?

Posted by Carlos Manaia March 27, 09 11:54 AM

Plese put life instead live.

Posted by Carlos Manaia March 27, 09 11:55 AM

So many beautiful photos to celebrate Spring, but #13 diminished them all, unfortunately.

Posted by C. T. CASS March 27, 09 12:43 PM

I love all of these photos. They are wonderful!

Posted by Jenny March 27, 09 11:49 PM

I love all of these photos. They are so wonderful!

Posted by Jenny March 28, 09 05:07 AM

#13 make me puke #19 make me :D taste/cultural difference

Posted by w March 29, 09 09:19 AM

Awesome! As usual :-)
We've been to St James Park (London) today to see the yellow flowers...
Thanks so much for sharing all these pictures with us!

Posted by julie March 29, 09 04:41 PM

Real colourful pics

Posted by Giri March 30, 09 04:20 AM

Preciosas. Mil gracias.

Posted by Angeles Ramos-Harden March 30, 09 12:25 PM

Pretty good!

Posted by Michael March 31, 09 06:21 AM

Simply wow.

Posted by Sara March 31, 09 07:11 AM

The blue bonnets are out, along with the spring breakers.

Posted by Kim March 31, 09 06:01 PM

I think the birds in picture #24 are Swans, and not Snow Geese. Snow Geese have black wing tips, and their neck is not as long.

Posted by Anonymous April 1, 09 02:10 AM

Great .I congratulate the talented photographers for these nostalgic shots.Please take snaps from Kerala, my native . It too has charismatic locations to shoot.

Posted by Julee April 1, 09 02:37 AM

I love the way Iranian calendar is designed. Each year is nicely aligned with seasons i.e. starts with spring and ends in winter. A complete cycle of seasons. Its art rather than astronomy.

Posted by Reza April 1, 09 03:43 AM

Hi!! Excelent photos!!!
I am from Chile, South America...
Congratulation, great site!!!!

Posted by Rodrigo B. April 2, 09 11:59 AM

I like the sea of flowers.
It is so nice:)

Posted by hong April 2, 09 10:48 PM

Awesome photos to look at in delight! Thanks again for yet another set of astonishing beauty of Spring.

Posted by Mary Marvin April 3, 09 09:06 PM

Oh for Pete's sake all you silly people criticizing #13! It's SPRING Break! Many college student spend months in winter waiting to do this exact thing to celebrate the change in weather. Stop being so prudish!

Posted by Adrienne April 3, 09 10:48 PM

The photos are absolutely stunning! Thank you so much, my friend, for posting these!

Posted by Diane Meier April 4, 09 09:04 AM

#26 is the best one :-)

Posted by Das April 4, 09 03:00 PM

Hi!Congratulation, great site!!!!! Excelent photos!!!
Pretty good!

Posted by ROSY April 5, 09 02:55 AM

Great photos as usual.... especially #2

Posted by Indeshaw Adenaw April 9, 09 08:59 PM

wonderful pics......... great job

Posted by Anonymous April 11, 09 03:20 AM

Brian comment 71, the only thing that would potentially indicate excess in that picture are the three water or beers they're holding. Nothing else really points to that conclusion beyond your stereotypes of young women in bikinis.

Posted by comment April 13, 09 11:01 AM

@ comment 167, not sure it's prudishness necessarily re picture 13, it's perhaps that by comparison with other spring celebrations the North American 'hey, look we're wearing bikinis and drinking beer' seems a bit trivial... But then I'm in Europe, I've been wearing bikinis and drinking beer since I was 14, and the same goes for most of my mates. Cheers!

Posted by William April 14, 09 10:06 PM

only one word...LOVELY

Posted by sunil April 15, 09 11:51 AM

Thanks. This is very beautiful

Posted by Rita Rowe April 16, 09 12:56 PM

An absolutely disgusting collection of horri..... okay, I was kidding. For a moment I thought I was Brandon. It's a beautiful slice of life around the world! But.... but will the rest of the world still like us for posting them (wringing my hands), oh, oh.... I think they left out the Chinese... and the Norwegians....

Posted by fido April 17, 09 11:57 AM

The beautiful, and meaningful pictures celebrate life, and hope. They bring out love and appreciation from within towards all mankind and nature. If only mankind would pause to enjoy the flowers, and gather some to pass on. Greetings from the Philippines.

Posted by Jack R. Sherman April 17, 09 09:32 PM

No pics of Washington D.C. Cherry Blossom festival?
None the less, most beautiful post.
Terra-firma and your inhabitants...God's love onto you all.

Posted by K April 19, 09 03:48 PM

#22 Cute Marine Patrol! Love the pic!

Posted by Kudaponi April 20, 09 04:21 PM

They are all great , extremely fabulous .

Posted by fahed April 21, 09 04:31 AM

It was fantastic.
Our earth is marvellous, I wish everybody could understand her.

Posted by Anonymous April 22, 09 12:29 AM

Norooz is an ancient Persian and Iranian celebration for the begining of the new year and the begining of the spring season.
The photos were amazing. It would be much better if there was a photo from the spring in Iran which is considered the homeland of Norooz.

Posted by Kianoush April 24, 09 11:49 PM

Really spring is the gift of god

Posted by sadiq khajuraho April 25, 09 03:42 AM

#3 never seen before, very funny

Posted by April 27, 09 09:54 AM

nice pics but some arent spring

Posted by cotepa April 28, 09 02:23 PM

amazing pictures love it

Posted by sim May 12, 09 11:13 PM

to the coment no. 128 by nazim ...
but it is also a fact that in turkey newroz is not celebrated since the foundation of the turkish republic and its not long ago that celebrating newroz for the kurds which are living in the turkish occupied part of kurdistan is not allowed and many kurds (also children) are killed still to the last celebration in 2009 by the turkish armed forced and polices ...

Posted by rêzan July 1, 09 04:53 PM

I like your work!,

Posted by name July 29, 09 03:04 AM

Good Job,

Posted by name July 29, 09 01:51 PM

Good Job,

Posted by name July 29, 09 08:39 PM

these pictures are phenominal

Posted by charlene mccarthy October 6, 09 01:05 PM

better keep my comment...cos i dnt knw wat to say

Posted by Yaw Ogbetemia November 3, 09 02:21 PM

hi, I am Enaa. I am Mongolian. I stady English now! These pictures very nice. I like.

Posted by Enaa October 2, 10 06:56 AM

To # 112:
You didn't expect us to write in Dutch, did You? English is THE accepted language world-wide. Niet iedereen spreekt Nederlands!

Posted by Antoon de Bruyn January 15, 11 12:20 PM

Good Job,

Posted by name February 5, 11 06:07 AM
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