Sweetfern, Comptonia peregrina, is neither sweet nor a fern, but is one of my favorite plants. It looks like something the dinosaurs would have walked through, and smells like all the warmest, spiciest, most magical aromas of imagination.
Hi Quinn, I am reading blogs this afternoon while I take a break from embroidering to catch up with friends. It has been a rainy, stormy. with more on its way. I stay closer to home today. Your pictures of the tulips were beautiful. I always enjoy seeing your pictures. Have a wonderful day. Hugs and Prayers from Your Missouri Friend Shirley@shirleystitches
WOW - I know you've got to be sick of it by now, but I think it's pretty beautiful, my friend! XOXO
It still looks wintery there! I don't remember N.E. winters hanging on so long... Here in CO, we've had a lot of melting but it's supposed to snow again tomorrow. We'll see! Enjoy the tiny signs of spring there!
We're pretty much melted...wishing you a thaw!Jane x
I do see some signs of spring in your photos. That means there's hope, right?
Quinn, these are just beautiful photos :) I can practically smell the earth as things awaken for spring. I've had a bit of catching up to do here. The goats look so snug and content in the combed coats. I think our snow has finally gone, and I watched the last of it leave my backyard in the rain yesterday. It seems you've a bit more snow lingering on, but hopefully that's it for this year. I loved that shot of the eagle in the snowstorm ... a painting through your lens. Enjoy the rest of your week!Wendy
There must be some melting going on, but goodness, I can't imagine still being surrounded by snow and cold. It was 95 degrees here the past couple of days. Summer has arrived to the desert and will only get hotter. Have a great day. Tammy
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