Spring paints with new leaves, wings, rocks and flowers
It rained for two days feeding the parched land across Arkansas and Nature is painting every surface with new life. In Hot Springs National Park the Forest reveals the delicate unfurling of spring Leaves. Soft green pods slowly opening to release green fronds from the sleeping sentinels. A tiny Titmouse flits from Tree to Tree stopping to sharpen its beak on a branch above me. Rain dampened Rocks create a soft pallet of colors on the surface of the trail cradled in fallen Leaves and Needles. Tiny Bluets create a purple haze hovering on willowy green stems above the rust colored Forest floor. Flowering white Wild Plum Trees call to winged pollen collectors with their glorious blossoms. Question Mark and Variegated Fritillary Butterflies Spread orange wings wide warming in the afternoon sun.
Today is Spring and it is calling your name so come out and play…
Love to ALL!