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Along with flowers and warmer weather, nothing symbolizes spring more than baby animals. And while we got our fair share of goslings and farm animals, some submissions were decidedly wilder — yet no less cute.

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Yellow! A happy color, a bright color, a color of birds and bees and butterflies — and the submissions this week had all these and more.

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There's nothing like opening a window to the spring air after a long dreary winter indoors. Open windows also can act as the perfect frame that turns a stunning view into a work of art. 

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March certainly looks like it's going to go out like a lion after this stormy week, so let's take some comfort in the springtime beauty of this week's photos.

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Shadows are dramatic. They often come from something familiar but turn it into something abstract and at times distorted. But anyone who can make a shadow puppet knows that. 

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Christina Rossetti's opening lines to her poem "Color" only capture a small facet of what pink can be. But this week's submissions supplied the rest.

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A line from Maya Angelou's poem "Still I Rise" stood out to me on my last reading: "Into a daybreak that’s wondrously clear / I rise"