Tuesday, May 9, 2017

'Tis the Season . . .

for mid Spring frost

and the frost is on the pumpkin?

Make that the fruit trees.
Hopefully too light to damage them.

On the brighter side

The wild dogwoods are gorgeous this year.

No Winter lasts forever. No Spring skips it's turn
---Hal Borland

6 comments:

  1. When I lived in East Texas, there were so many beautiful dogwood trees, white and pink. Not many in Fort Worth.

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  2. the frost is beautiful and I am happy it did not hurt your beautiful yard and flowers... Yes, now that you mentioned the camera as a weight I think it will count.

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  3. Been way too cold and rainy here for may!

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  4. Up and down weather here also. It's not over until it's over. :)

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  5. We get Spring frosts occasionally and if not too heavy they damage nothing. Thank goodness. Love the wild Dogwoods
    MB

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  6. It's hard for me to imagine frost, when we were in the mid 90's today here in Florida! I wouldn't mind seeing some frost...or at least some RAIN. Thank you for these lovely pictures. Hope it warms up soon for you!

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