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March 20, 2012


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Very beautiful photos. Not to diminish human and political responsibility (which is connected with our current environment deeply and seriously) but nature has a way of looking after things. The beginning of spring is frequently unpredicable. I remember several years ago when the snow melted in January and the bulbs and buds started to emerge and then the cold came back and everything slowed down again.


i stumbled upon something like this the other day! i have some photos i just posted.. the tiniest neon explosion of spring! so lovely


Unpredictable. (English major, have trouble letting typos, spelling mistakes go) :)


Spring is usually the most surprising of all seasons, and it's particularly right this year. Let's hope it won't get cold again sometimes in April, otherwise all plants would heavily suffer from this. I love the imagery you used here. (and I do hope the wildflowers will make it through)


you are lucky, here on the west coast (vancouver island) our first day of spring was sun, cloud, wind, hail, rain, snow. but lets face it, that is a typical day for us anyways. Love your pics.


Those red flower are female flower hazel tree. We can see them only during a rather short time. Nice observation!

Mousy Brown

I noticed mine doing the same just recently and captured it here : http://www.flickr.com/photos/gardeningowl/6941960567/in/photostream ...so many differences and so many similarities around the world!


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