Yesterday evening, leaves were in tight little bumps of bronze-green at the tips of tree branches.
Today they are unfurled, returning shade to the world.
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Very artistic photo. Well done.
I love this time of year, so much potental…so much beauty just waiting to explode into existence…
And exploding it is! Today there are billowing purple curtains of wisteria draping the trees. (I shouldn’t like it since it’s invasive and will kill the trees it climbs on, but alas, I do.)
You chose to show this from such an unexpected perspective – love it. 🙂
Thanks! I always try to notice the day that shade returns – then I know that spring is truly here.
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