It does my heart good to see the landscape so green these days. U.W. Arboretum.View more →
The bleeding hearts in my yard carry a lot of symbolism for me this year, for a few reasons. They’ve lasted longer than expected this spring, which is fittingly symbolic as well. Hoping for brighter days ahead as these blossoms fade for the season.View more →
A favorite spring sight — squill flowers carpeting a large area.View more →
Awaiting some greens, at Cherokee Marsh.
A fuzzy promise of spring beauty to come: these buds, soon to be magnolia blossoms.View more →
I don’t know about anyone else, but I sure could use a new beginning. Today’s weather in Madison was beautifully fitting for the first day of spring. When I came across these snowdrops, I saw them as nature’s hopeful promise of new beginnings to come.View more →
Today’s springtime flower shots.View more →