Spring Photo Bucket List to Capture New Memories This Year

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Spring will be here soon in Colorado. For many of you, it’s already here.

Spring is a time for renewal, getting outside and enjoying nature. Maybe even doing yard work or starting a garden.

I love spring photography, because of all the reasons above. Here are some tips for beautiful spring photography —> 6 Spring Photography Tips for Stunning Images.

So today, I want to give you a bucket list of spring photos that will help you capture fun moments and get some great images this spring.

This list isn’t the end all, be all. It is just a few fun ideas I came up with the celebrate the season with photography.

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Spring Photo Bucket List

Here is the list I have come up with to give you ideas of what your family can do to get amazing spring photographs. These activities can also bring your family together.

  • Start a vegetable garden
  • Plant flowers
  • Visit a farm (see the baby animals)
  • Spring cleaning
  • Go to a baseball game
  • Go on a hike
  • Capture Easter activities
  • Play with baby chicks
  • Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
  • Enjoy Spring Break
  • Go to a graduation
  • Make something for Mother’s Day
  • Spring home decor
  • Have a picnic
  • Fly a kite
  • Go on a bike ride
  • Play in the rain
  • Go to the zoo
  • Capture the tree blossoms
  • Visit a plant nursery
  • Go to the park
  • Create art with sidewalk chalk
  • Feed the ducks
  • Watch the sunset
  • Play golf
  • Go fishing

I can’t wait for spring this year! I am going to try to capture everything on this list!

I hope this list helps you capture all of the springtime feelings and activities going on in your life. It really is a great time of year!

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