I knew I was saving this photograph for a reason.
One day in June – that time in late Spring when you notice the landscape has totally changed from brown & white to color – I looked up. And paused from snapping photos of leaved out trees, budding flowers and soft no-longer-crunchy green grass. To catch this…
Waves of clouds.
Kind of like the ocean in the sky.
Clouds also brings to mind Joni Mitchell…and my favorite song from her album Clouds, which was released 50 years ago in 1969.
Both Sides, Now is that song…
Inspired by Citysonnet’s photo a day challenge. Prompt for today: Clouds
Inspired by Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge: Unexpected
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO OR TWO (OR THREE…) WITH SOMETHING UNEXPECTED IN THEM.
One cold March day…
The front lawn had emerged from under the melting snow…
Revealing the dregs of winter…
And an unexpected sign of Spring on its way.
This post inspired by June photo a day challenge
The prompt: Raindrops
Spring time brings rain.
And more rain.
And…healthy green grass by the side of the road.
Nancy Merrill is hosting a photo challenge. The theme this week – Three of a Kind
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE THREE DIFFERENT PHOTOS OF THE SAME SUBJECT.
Spring is finally here. So says the calendar.
However, Winter’s damp cold dome of a sky has been holding on. Clouds blocking the sunlight. The budding…and trying-to-bloom…trees…that I look forward to every year waiting to shine.
Until today. The sun was so bright, I nearly blinded myself taking these photos. But totally worth it. It’s supposed to rain for most of the coming week, so it was now or…who knows when.
The row of Callery pear trees…in full bloom at long last…
Spring Is Here!