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Wandering Through Nature’s Early Morning

Posted on March 16, 2016

Early Spring Flowers

Early Spring Flowers

The tomb stone of Winter has been rolled away, and beneath it, nature has been dreaming of waking up and being reborn. Today, I took a walk around the property to see nature awakening slowly still drowsy from it’s long winter rest.

Early Spring Moss

Early Spring Moss

The moss is getting green again, poking itself out through the autumn leaves in the wooded areas around the property.

Perenials

Perenials

Perenial life re-asserts itself in the garden, rising from where it was covered over.

Some of the trees Awakening slowly for Spring

Some of the trees Awakening slowly for Spring

Even the trees are beginning to wake up.

New Growth

New Growth

New growth sprouts on our baby fruit trees, so that it is less of a baby as Spring rubs it’s sleepy eyes and begins to crawl from it’s bed.

The First Spring Wildflower

The First Spring Wildflower

I found this, by the woods… The first wildflower is in full bloom, and isn’t she a beauty.

Early Jonquils

Early Jonquils

Back through the dead brush a little ways, I spotted these rogue jonquils, rising early from their winter sleeping. Cheering on spring as she slowly spreads herself across New England and the farm. Finally, signs of life. New Englanders live for moments like this. Nothing quite matches the joy we feel when we see the first early signs of spring returning.

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