Wordless Wednesday Up through the Leaves May 6, 2020 Laurie Graves 32 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
32 thoughts on “Up through the Leaves”
So nice to see new life emerging from the dregs of winter!
Sure is! This year especially. Holy cats, what a time it is.
Wonderful 🙂 First signs of spring x 🌿
Great photographs, congratulations.
Thanks, Susan! My wee camera does a pretty good job.
Go, plants, go!
These are great images for hope and optimism!
We need all the hopeful images we can get.
It always gives my heart a little lift to see new shoots coming up in spring. Enjoy!
Such a treat!
How lovely to see spring!
Very welcome when you live north of north.
Spring is one tiny thrill right after another – like Christmas, but maybe even better!
Beautiful hyacinths, Laurie!
Yay hyacinths, it’s lovely to see them flower and spread their scent of Spring 💖 xxx
Little bundles of spring, that’s for sure.
Nature’s little perfume bottle pushing through! Our woods are a mix of old leaves and fresh leaves too and I seem to be noticing it more this year. Our senses are heightened. A lady stopped me on my walk yesterday and asked me what I was looking for. I had my eye out for bluebells in even shade with a nice arc, but had just moved aside to let her pass safely. It sounded very strange to say ‘bluebells’ in a part of the wood full of them.
I know just what you mean. Because we all must stay so close to home, we are noticing more what is around us. I guess that falls under the category of it’s an ill wind that blows no good.
Lovely tp see spring pushing up through fall.
I can smell the fragrance. Virtually. Which is the best way right now as I find I can’t smell our lilacs or verbena with my mask on!
Spring has such a lovely smell.
Isn’t it great! I have a bunch of white hyacinths, and then, all by itself, one pink one. Great fragrance. Hi to Clif, please, and virtual hugs to you both.
Love those little scented bursts of springs. Virtual hugs to you and yours, too.
Great shots. I love when fresh growth comes up through the earth.
Love your photos and seeing the beautiful merging of the seasons compared to the snowflakes we had falling again yesterday!!
I do love hyacinths!
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