Sitting under a cherry treePosted: April 4, 2012
And as you sit on the hillside, or lie prone under the trees of the forest, or sprawl wet-legged on the shingly beach of a mountain stream, the great door, that does not look like a door, opens.
~ Stephen Graham
I’m going to have to put a moratorium on taking new photos for a few days. I still haven’t finished going through the orchid photos or all the pictures I took at Lake View Cemetery. Add to that photos from various hikes, and I am way behind.
Some of today’s photos, by the way, are from Lake View Cemetery. I want to get a few posted before the trees are completely finished blossoming this season.
Before the moratorium begins (if it begins), I did go out this morning to see what’s happening around the pond and in the woods.
The daffodils in the woods are peaking and looking very pretty in the early morning sunlight.
The apple trees are just beginning to blossom.
Samaras or maple keys are hanging from the maple trees.
And the woods are starting to green. I suspect we’ll be having another visit from the Green Man soon.
I reckon that’s it from the Bogs for today. Thank you for joining me on my morning walk. It’s been a beautiful day, sunny with a high in the mid-50s. It looks like we’re going to have a pretty sunset this evening. Let’s go out and sit on the deck, and watch as the sun sinks below the trees in the woods.
- The Desire Fulfilling Tree (srilaprabhupadavaniseva.wordpress.com)
- Why do the Japanese love cherry blossoms? (ayadijkwel.wordpress.com)
- Daffodil Hill (bogsofohio.wordpress.com)
- Ladies at Kew Gardens (roundaboutlondon.wordpress.com)