Tonight it is damp and foggy and there is a definite chill in the air. For someone who was fed up with nasty, cold weather, I’m almost enjoying this evening’s yuck.
I just spent a few days in Washington DC where the weather was beautiful. I saw budding trees, flowers and lots of blooming shrubs, so, it’s not like I haven’t had a bit of spring.
I took a few minutes earlier, just as it was getting dark, to walk around my end of the neighborhood. I mentioned before the vacant houses here that have beautiful flowers growing. I even promised one little bunch of budding tulips that I would be back for them when they flowered. Tonight I fulfilled that promise. There were only a few, but I got them all. I also found some beautiful big bushes full of yellow blossoms. I took some of those as well. While I was wandering through looking for some sign of spring, I realized how peaceful it was out there. The fog is rolling in and the air was quite damp. The only sounds I could hear were the fog horns in the distance and seagulls squawking as they flew overhead. I have to admit, I enjoyed it. Tomorrow I may be moaning and groaning again about the cool weather and wishing for the sun, but tonight I enjoyed my walk in the last minutes of winter.
It’s really a shame I’m not a better photographer. I’d like to blame it on my cheap, point and shoot camera, but I am afraid it’s probably me. Hopefully the beauty of these tulips and the wonderful colors will come through. Most of my vases are in storage so these are in a beer glass. Classy, huh?
I love these yellow sticks. That’s how I would describe them.. sticks covered in yellow flowers. They certainly brighten my dining room.
I took this photo as Nick drove us through town yesterday. There are literally fields and fields of these daffodils all around the area. I just love them.
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