Tag Archives: Spring

May Morning

Through the fog I see sunshine streaming through the trees. Dawn’s filtered triumph.   Advertisements

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First Goldfinch arrives (April 15, 2013)

Auriferous prince of the feathered domain alights on the bird feeder, settles on its perch and dines. Delighting with the suddenness of this arrival, I stop and watch the season’s first male goldfinch. On this chilly, damp, gray day, when … Continue reading

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Spring’s Vagaries

After many days where blue warmth and sun glazed skies intoned a radiance to the hours a grayness now settles over this freshly bloomed earth. The air, windless but quite cold, speaks of a former season we thought long departed. … Continue reading

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Dainty azaleas dancing to the sun’s passage. A floral ballet.

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