March 16, 2016 § Leave a comment
Just Maybe © Lynn Wiles 2016
There is a slight chance of some sun today, maybe my crocuses will open one more time and it will be light enough to see them this evening.
March 15, 2016 § Leave a comment
Weeping © Lynn Wiles 2016
Spring is not all warmth and sunshine. It’s cold and gray and rainy, but the willows were ready to leaf out just the other day.
March 14, 2016 § Leave a comment
Spring Everywhere © Lynn Wiles 2016
It was one gorgeous weekend. I planted pansies and took some photos of the flowers blooming in my yard. These are Hellebores, more abundant this year than ever before.
March 10, 2016 § 2 Comments
Arrival © Lynn Wiles 2016
It’s always a special day when the first crocuses bloom in the garden and that day was yesterday.
September 7, 2015 § Leave a comment
Oak Confusion © Lynn Wiles 2015
Guess I’m not the only one confused by the season. This oak was sprouting new spring leaves, while the old leaves were browning and there are a lot of acorns on the ground. It’s going to be hotter than hot the next few days.
Signs of Spring IV
March 24, 2015 § Leave a comment
Signs of Spring IV © Lynn Wiles 2015
The ice is melting on some spots in the river. In other places it is frozen solid and in others it’s free flowing. The water birds are happier now.
Signs of Spring III
March 23, 2015 § Leave a comment
Signs of Spring III © Lynn Wiles 2015
Every year around mid-March, I go to a certain place to see if the pussy willows are out and if they are, then I am convinced that spring is just around the corner. This time they were just starting to peek out of the buds and I couldn’t get close because there was so much snow between the path and the pussy willows. Spring will come.
Signs of Spring II
March 22, 2015 § Leave a comment
Signs of Spring II © Lynn Wiles 2015
Some trees are budding, some are not, and there are slightly more blue sky days.
First Signs of Spring
February 15, 2015 § 5 Comments
First Signs of Spring © Lynn Wiles 2015
Yes, there is yet another blizzard raging outside, but yesterday I noticed two first signs of spring. This is my pussy willow tree starting to bud, as seen from a second floor window. The other sign, which I will not show you, is that my pets have started shedding like crazy all of a sudden. I finally had the opportunity to take my camera out yesterday for the first time in ages. Prepare for lots of ice formation photos in the upcoming days.
May 5, 2014 § 4 Comments
Spring Action © Lynn Wiles 2014
Strong winds, spring colors, blue sky, and a little camera motion.