9 thoughts on “A morning in May”

    1. Same here. I took a lot of pictures of the intense snow coming down, but the pictures just didn’t reflect the weirdness of the scene. Everything lushly green and vibrant juxtaposed against the tiny pieces of snow falling and coating all the spring flowers. I can remember several severe frosts in early May from years past, but I don’t remember actual snow falling in May. Let’s hope it’s our last snowfall of the year!

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