Carl Hanninen | May 28 - Almost into Summer

May 28 - Almost into Summer

May 28, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Spring was slow to come this year. When it did finally start to green, everything erupted quickly. First a few fresh green buds appeared, and now suddenly the trees have fully leaved out. Here are a few photos from around home showing how we are now in new full growth.

S_18_0098S_18_0098 This creek is along the road to my house. Undergrowth still is only beginning to grow.

S_18_0102S_18_0102 S_18_0100S_18_0100Pin cherry blossoms, Sudbury The pin cherry trees blossomed seemingly overnight. These are along Long Lake Road.

S_18_0107S_18_0107Pin cherry blossoms and birches in spring, Sudbury These pin cherry blossoms in front of a grove of birch trees are near McFarlane Lake.

Robinson Lake, Sudbury This photo I made just this evening at Robinson Lake, with a lone Trumpeter Swan feeding.

M_18_0072M_18_0072 Only in Sudbury do you find rocks for sale.

On Wednesday I will be taking to the road, on a photo trip west with my friend, Ward Isnor. Our destination is Palouse Country in eastern Washington.

I plan to blog about this journey daily, with a photo (or perhaps more) of the day. Please follow us on our journey.



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