On day 335 of 365 Days Wild I spent some time admiring the fresh green of the new growth that is now adorning the trees in the hedgerows, the little woodland, and the meadow. I adore the vivid acid greens of Spring growth.
I snapped a few views of the dandelion filled meadow while I was there. The field appears to be filled with a thousand little sun.
When I was down by the pond I spotted a ragged robin plant in flower down at the water’s edge. I’m pretty certain that this is a new arrival. We planted lots of new things in that area last spring, but many failed to survive the dry spell of the early summer. I have to wonder whether this is one of the survivors.
What signs of the changing seasons are visible where you are? Let me know in the comments below.
For anyone who visited yesterday’s post and looked for the insect identifications inside the gallery that for some reason were absent, they should now be visible. Thank you Derrick for alerting me to their absence!