pine droplets

The first half of May was very rainy, but this week’s forecast is calling for all clear skies and warm temperatures. Here’s  a remembrance to spring’s damp beginning, which has made everything so lush and green.

 

 

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20 thoughts on “pine droplets

  1. sandyjwhite

    With all the gray days and rain we have had in May,
    I keep reminding myself how glad we will be for
    each drop when July goes totally dry, as it often does.

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  2. sustainabilitea

    It’s a lovely shot, Karen, but as it’s bucketing down outside, I can’t appreciate it as much as I might if it were dry and sunny. 🙂 Just kidding. I like it.
    But not kidding about the rain here.

    janet

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      1. sustainabilitea

        I hope so, too. The rain started right after my husband left for his bike ride and, naturally, quit right after his 18 miles was done. I think they would have gone farther but for the rain. He was completely saturated when he got back!

  3. Murtagh's Meadow

    Beautiful green palette! We in contrast had a dry start to May, but in the last week the rain has returned.

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  4. yeahanotherblogger

    A lady mentioned to me yesterday that she thinks there are more shades of green in nature than of any other color. I wonder if that’s true.
    In any case, I like the greens in your photo.

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