And She Is Up and Running
I told you to pay attention or this sweet young thing (Spring) would have grown up and matured before you even made it around the side of your house. She is very promiscuous and does not think about those humans who are enthralled and behave as paparazzi. I visited the nearby County Park which has a wonderful marsh created by those industrious beavers who think spring is a short marathon.
Ah just look at that water, those blossoms, those critters! Yes indeed, the brief and wonderful life affirming spring has arrived.ReplyDelete
Ahh…I took a deep breath and exhaled slowly looking at this post. Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
How lovely. Spring is arriving here in bits - blossoms and icy winds!ReplyDelete
Snake! VA wildlife page doesn't have good photos of snakes. Maybe you could share that excellent photo with them.
I did go to their website and they seem to have some pretty good pics. Maybe it was another page.Delete
Well, I could do without the snake, but maybe the ecosystem can't. Love the rest of the critter pics though.ReplyDelete
Our water snakes are a bit temperamental but not poisonous and certainly important to the ecosystem.Delete
You've got lots of spring movement there. It's good to see that the reptiles are out.ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful time of year, and yes, the snakes are very important. It makes me sad when people harm them for no good reason.ReplyDelete
It was warming last evening and the kids were out playing on the street for the first time in a long while. Twas nice to hear.ReplyDelete
Wonderful that you have a mostly consistent spring emerging there. Love your photos! We may be getting a bit of spring but oh so dry.ReplyDelete
Excellent photos Tabor, especially the Butterflies, lovely.ReplyDelete