12 thoughts on “May 16, 2014 – Then and Now

    1. Thanks Amy. They are both beautiful. I’m rather partial to the snowy scenes but after the brutal winter we recently survived we’re all mighty thankful for the scene of green, if you know what I mean. 🙂

  1. Yes, each season has its own beauty, but this winter stayed a bit too long 🙂

  2. Stunning vistas in both seasons, and a good reference for those barren winter days when you think it will never again be warm. 🙂

    1. Thanks Jet. Perhaps a good reference as well for those hot, muggy summer days when winter begins to look like relief, though I don’t expect the folks around here to be pining for winter any time soon. Have a great day and thanks for reading. 🙂

  3. I can’t decide which season I like best. Winter was long and hard this year, but the beauty is inescapable. Spring brings hope for new life — the warmth was long overdue. I love all the seasons. Probably why I’ve always lived in a state where there are 4-seasons to enjoy. A great reminder of the beauty we often take for granted.

    1. I do love the look and feel of winter but for gardening purposes, spring and summer can’t be beat. Cheers.

  4. Très sympathique et très originale cette photo 😉 Joli clin d’oeil sur le rythme des saisons. Joli message aussi : après l’hiver, il y a toujours le printemps !

    1. Merci Christiane. Le froid et le chaud – Ils sont tous bons pour nous. Comme les saisons changent, nous devenons forts. Bonne journée! 🙂

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