“Sprinter” – When Spring is Overtaken by Winter

Spring is messed up in the Midwest this year. The plants thought Spring arrived a few weeks ago, but then Winter came back. So daffodils are bowing down from the cold, scilla are closing their petals in the cold, and muddy wet soil is frozen in places. This is not a good sign for spring flowers blooming in abundance!

My Mom and Grandma always said there had to be a snow on the yellow flowers before winter was over. I think we qualify today. 

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  1. Becky, I love your photography. You have a deep sensitivity to nature which is a reflection of our Creator’s TLC to creation. We, as lovers of God, should take great care to be good stewards of this good earth. Your photography points us in that direction.

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