Monday, October 28, 2013

Snow expected!

Tonight expected rain will turn to snow leaving a dusting which will melt by late afternoon. Wednesday more snow will arrive, I am not ready to concede fall and hope many days of fifty degree temps will follow this wintry interruption.

In denial I opened my picture library and focused on a single spring day. I will share with my readers a glimpse of June 3rd, the opposite end of the growing season.

Iris cristata was in full bloom

The lipstick red flowers of Fringe-leaved Peony prepared to open.
Anemone canadensis bloomed in front of looming martagon lilies.
The tall thalictrum hybrid "Elin" lifted to the sky.
Spring shall come again!

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