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.
This creek is along the road to my house. Undergrowth still is only beginning to grow.
The pin cherry trees blossomed seemingly overnight. These are along Long Lake Road.
These pin cherry blossoms in front of a grove of birch trees are near McFarlane Lake.
This photo I made just this evening at Robinson Lake, with a lone Trumpeter Swan feeding.
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.