The leaves are bursting into green. A quick shot when crossing the river on my lunchtime walk…
In case you’re wondering by looking at my snow-filled home page, Spring has arrived at last. The last bit of snow melted off the yard on St. Patrick’s Day and the trees burst into bloom with a pollen shower that rivaled a snow storm! Now the leaves are popping with lovely baby green and the bulb flowers are everywhere. Here’s a quick photo from my lunchtime walk in town near my office. It’s so wonderful to see color everywhere!
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Tagged fences, gardens, red tulips, single tulip, Spring, spring flowers, tulip by fence
Our final snow level was a pile up of 32 inches. We were snowed in for 7 full days, and I’ve never been so glad to hear the grating sound of machinery as when the plow showed up to free us late yesterday afternoon. We now have an eight foot pile of snow across from our car and clear pavement to drive on!
One of the good points of the snowy weather was watching the birds in the backyard. Here are a few photos of the varied thrush. They were plentiful and stood out with a splash of color against the world of white.
(The little red cone is the tip of our garden gnome’s hat re-emerging as the snow began to melt.)
One of my favorite things about snow is the way it defines and transforms the various types of trees. Set of six.
While in California I realized the difference in architecture was an appreciated getaway as well as the other departures from my daily environment and routines. Set of six.
In honor of St. Valentine’s Day I thought I’d post a pair of sets of six. One is from recent walks with my husband and the other is a set of his takes on the recent snow. Featuring the other half of my perfect pair…
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Tagged mountains, snow and river, snowy mountains, snowy pathway, tall trees, true love, valentines, walking in the snow