Monday, March 28, 2016

Creeping Spring in the Deep Woods

The path was cleared of debris from a recent storm.
Pitchers, wide receivers love pine tar.
A morning hike today found more evidence of a spring season that will not be denied. Deep into the woods, the signs are faint, but they are there if you want to look for evidence like the spectacular redbuds and tiny wildflowers.

The sky was an azure, which set off any color and even made the gray trees look lovely.

Nature in these mountains is spectacular, regardless of when and where. We are extremely fortunate to live here in this wonderland.
The bright green tops of newly leafing trees against the azure sky.
This brook was noisy and brown.
A short water break gives time to absorb the sun and the beauty.
Pampa at the crest of the hike.

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