What's all this about?
Could it be a river, waking up at the insistent call of those eager for spring?
Perhaps is that first early burst of color from the forsythia.
How about this?
Could it be the bill of one of the handsome and colorful ducks along the river?
And he really seems to enjoy strutting his stuff!
Oh! It's his lady friend!
Her etiquette on scratching in public could be improved.
And when she's thirsty, let's say she doesn't get into the most ladylike position!
But they seem rather content together, co-existing on a lovely evening.
Spring is indeed coming to my part of the world. These were taken a little over a week ago, on the night of my last French class.
Now, with amazing speed, the trees are beginning to fill in, more spring flowers are budding, soon to burst into color.
It hasn't been a moment too soon.
The devil is in the details!
It's one person who is mighty happy to see even just an inkling of spring!
A Follow-up note: Since I wrote that bit above, we're getting a slight bit more blue sky and a wee bit less rain. More bushes, trees and flowers are coming out. Here's one of them! More next time!
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