Transition time: winter to spring

Although some of these pictures were taken on my last winter trail walks, others were taken today, and believe it or not, today is the first day of spring. The past week has been a time of transition between the two seasons. However, even though today is the first official day of spring, all these scenes look (and felt) pretty wintry. However slight, there are some signs of spring, but it definitely doesn’t have anything to do with warmer temperatures. Gloves, hats, and hand warmers were a necessity today. It was a very cold day in my opinion. Cold and with a stiff breeze. If you can’t identify the spring pictures, just click on the gallery and scroll through them. I’ve labeled them by season.

Winter or spring, I hope you enjoyed the pictures. Up here, on the south shore of Lake Erie, spring is a reluctant season, a late bloomer, you might say. Spring is hard to recognize from these pictures. I’m hoping we’ll get some warmer weather soon, so the daffodils and other spring flowers will begin to bloom.

Thanks for stopping by today.
I hope you enjoyed the “walk.”
Trail Walker

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