Seasons for WPC

Seasons  in the Northwest, especially the transition we are in now from Winter to Spring, are so unpredictable, labile, not necessarily related to the calendar..

One day it’s this!

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And the very next day, it can be this!

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My Grand-kids call this the Pink Snow (under the Camellia tree), that comes after the white snow.

 

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choosingmyperspective

Thought a blog might help me develop better writing habits so I could finally finish my book, 16 years in the writing, but so far it's mostly photos and FUN!

2 thoughts on “Seasons for WPC”

  1. There is a camelia bush, that is the size of a tree, in our neighborhood that has lost all of its flowers too. Most of the bushes are just beginning to bloom. Yesterday was so cold and wet, and today is blue and gorgeous….. and way warmer. So I can certainly attest to what you said in this post.

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