So, on Sunday I spent a lot of the day moving pretty slowly. The sun was out, though. and I kept thinking about the horse pasture. After watching the birds and cloud rainbows above me in the sky while lying on the trampoline, I decided to go give it a shot and see if I might capture some of the spring beauty that Boomer had been telling me about.
The first thing I found was a patch of trillium, which never ceases to thrill me. And both white and purple, to boot!
Then I spotted some wild strawberry plants. There were quite a few of them creeping through the leaves and greenery.
The salmon berry bushes are blooming now and the color of their blossoms is so unique. I delight in spotting the bright petals in the denseness of the green undergrowth.
Back in our vegetable garden, I found these chives going to flower. Isn't God amazing? I love what He does in a garden.
And here is a better shot of that amazing tulip with green in the petals (from last week)..
I am so glad I live in the northwest!