I took a longer walk yesterday, but I took a few pictures today. I think I’ll try for a Wordless Wednesday post, although with me, I’m afraid there will always be words. Yesterday when I walked, there was snow in the air and on the ground. Today, Steven and I were vindicated for our decision not to shovel, because most of it was gone. I reveled in the almost warm temperatures and looked for signs of spring to photo.
The first picture-worthy thing I encountered were some flowers sprouting up in front of St. Francis de Sales Church. I love to see a little green in March!
I backed up a little, to show where the sprouts were. It was one of those days where I couldn’t properly see what I was aiming at with the Tablet. I just clicked and hoped for the best. Would any of the pictures be usable? The suspense added a little interest to my walk.
Across the street from the church, I snapped a picture of a tree dried out from last summer. Some of these dried plants are beautiful. I must get a few for my own yard.
As I walked, I continually admired the bare trees against the sky. I’m afraid my Tablet does not capture the look, so you will have to take your own walk, if possible.
On my way home from the post office, I noticed some recently planted trees on Bellinger Street. I took pictures. My hope is to take more as the year progresses so we can track their progress.
I am thinking I can continue to photograph these trees as the years go by, and we can all watch them grow. How’s that for a bit of optimism, thinking we’ll all be here for years and years so we can look at trees? What better reason to stick around?
Enjoyed the walk. (And that caption “the Dead and the living” – still getting a laugh over that one)
Thanks for coming along with me!
I like looking at trees. Keep sending pictures. My luck I’ll still be in lockdown forever.
I love trees! I’m afraid people won’t stay in lockdown long enough and things will get worse!