You Capture :: Youth

PhotobucketThe You Capture assignment this week was "Youth". I considered skipping since I have no children and I'm not around many youth, but then I decided to play around with the theme and see what I could come up with. I'm rather pleased with the results if I do say so myself. If you're interested in seeing how others captured "Youth" this week, then pop on over to see the link ups @I Should Be Folding Laundry. To those who have been kind enough to leave comments - Thank You! I'm hoping that one of these days I'll have the time to pop around and visit and comment again, but until I figure out a schedule of some sort, I feel like I'm doing good to simply link up. Thanks for understanding and I hope to be back as an active commenter soon!

I went with springs new growth - the "youth" of plants if you will

Not fully grown yet, our plum tree is in full blossom and I love seeing these early buds!

New life, new hope, new dreams of the yummy goodness that is to come - I love the "youth" of spring!

Just starting to pop out of their new growth...


  1. It looks like we're having the same renewal of youth as you are where I live: our pear tree is fully leafed out, the crabapple tree is nearly ready to bloom and the sounds of lawnmowers have been been heard recently. Love the pretty blossoms, and come on Spring!

  2. These are gorgeous, Carrie! Great take on Youth!

  3. Stunning shots! Thank you for inspiring me to go off and find some blossoms to photograph.

  4. So pretty...I love blossems, but I still have to wait a little while.
    Great captures!

  5. Very pretty! Things are blooming here too :)

  6. Beautiful blossoms! I did a similar thing even though I have four kids in the house. I just hadn't taken any pictures of them this week. :)

  7. Gotta love spring, and seeing the blooms everywhere. Great shots.

  8. I'm so glad you didn't skip this week! I loved this post!

  9. Lovely shots! I too had a problem this week without a youth of my own to capture, but managed to find something else as well.


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