Tension In The Landscape!
The river is gradually becoming obscured by the foliage.
A Horse Chestnut Tree bud.
This is my rhubarb just starting to grow and turn red!
My artist friend, Clive, (watercolours)
describes this time of early spring as a time when there is "tension in the landscape", with everything waiting to burst forth. This is such an apt expression and today's pictures matched with perfect timing.
I love the way this spring is gently unfolding! It's just like the springs I remember when I was a kid. We had time to savour hopcotch, skipping, biking and ball games before the heat of the summer got a grip on us.
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