|This first picture isn't so exciting, but it does capture the "gold" of Frost's poem.|
So--on this sunny but cold day before I jazzed off to the library for a peaceful place to work without distraction, I took some pictures of early spring.
Look what the blooms look like up close!
|We call these helicopters.|
|Early azaleas--"The weed of the South"|
|Something about this reminds me of a poodle.|
|Hyacinth smell so good by the front door!|
|Camillas are giving their final pop. Look at this one, all pepperminty!|
|Tiny tulip tree|
And forsythia, always the first herald of spring. Already here her early leaf's flower subsiding to leaf.