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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Green, and It is Lovely

 
Walked the loop around my kingdom today. The air was still and soft. I don't know what atmospheric conditions produce "soft" air, but I know it when I feel it.

Mostly I just soaked up the green-ness. The maples in the cemetery are finally getting leaves.

maple tree

maple tree

The lowly dandelion and violet set each other off to good advantage.

dandelion and violet

And the haze of light green budding aspen against the pines is an example of everything I love about spring.

aspen

I didn't walk fast. I didn't walk far (ok, the loop is about a mile, but that's not really far), but it sure was lovely.

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6 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Pretty green trees! It is great to see the trees turning green once again. I love spring.. Pretty photos, have a happy day!

The Furry Gnome said...

Hey, it's looking green!

vanilla said...

Spring in the air puts a spring in my step. Love it when the world turns green again.

Secondary Roads said...

I too love this part of Spring. I saw the hyacinth on the lawn today. Unfortunately it was just as the mower cut them down.

Ann Thompson said...

You have a beautiful kingdom. I was noticing today how much greener it was looking

mimpi said...

Green and it's indeed lovely.

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