It’s changing fast now. When I visited at Woodlands three weeks before these photos were taken it was still covered in (melting snow). When I returned one week ago all snow was – as you can see – gone and the soil has already dried up and isn’t particularly mushy and muddy anymore. I always think of the mid 19th century romantic painters when it’s this kind of weather with a dramatic mix of sun and clouds. Weather for passionate feelings and heroic deeds. In either case: The season(s) of sun, warmth and hope is definitely here.
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