Did you know there are white Poppies? No? I didn’t realize it either until this one opened. Actually, it’s more “ivory” with pale yellow toward the center, but the overall impression is white.
I need to view this really LARGE today because we’ve had 5 cloudy days in a row and I want to get out in that warm spring sunshine!
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Is spring scarce on the ground in your neck of the woods? Yep. Same here. So, I made my own!Yellow Chrysanthemum in bright morning light.
“The first day of spring is one thing, and the first spring day is another. The difference between them is sometimes as great as a month.”
(Henry Van Dyke)
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The Equinox countdown stands at zero!
Happy First Day of Spring!
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Spring ~ the Vernal Equinox ~ is only 1 day away! I’ve just seen the weather report for the northeastern USA and it’s not pretty, so for those of you seeing no colors but brown and icy white, here are a few quick snaps from my neck of the woods where spring has sprung! Hang in there!
The first are SOOC snaps I couldn’t resist!
By the way, if the title of today’s post has put that darn Les Miserables music in your head again, you’re not alone.
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Gotta love Tulips! Early blooming and tough in cold and frost!
(I can tell you from personal experience though, that they are no match for a hungry squirrel!)
Their bright colors bring joy to me ~ and in this image ~ one of those hues is yellow, which is THE spring color.
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..and as you can see on the counter, the Vernal Equinox is only FIVE days away! That just makes me happy. Thanks for stopping in today ~ and to see previous dashes of color, got to the home page and just scroll down!
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