Sure Sign of Spring – #1LinerWeds
I have been sharing spring photos for weeks, and it doesn’t appear that I’ll be winding down anytime soon. Today’s title hints at a sign of spring that is more certain than tulips, lilacs and blossoms in the trees. It also led me to my shortest one-liner in recent history (it’s the caption).
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The bees love these blossoms.
Maybe the bunny doesn’t like yellow. This one has been here for two days.
Beauty of Moscow lilac.
The lilacs are enjoying the warmer weather.
“I’m going in!”
We see you.
We call her wack-a-mom. I think her lease is about to expire.
The dogwood tree is also in bloom.
Most of these are oak trees. They are the last to get their leaves and the last to lose them in the fall.
Soccer field and baseball field – both are looking good.
There are lots of veterans to think about.
Lilacs and the dogwood in the distance.
Lilacs in the morning.
Beauty of Moscow lilac has some big blossoms.
The leaves aren’t big enough to hide Smokey…yet.
Maddie, surveying her park.