Yesterday started early, got to watch the sun come up. Our oldest dog has an internal clock that gets her up at the crack of dawn. I love seeing the sunlight sparkle through the trees. The problem is that it is so early. Once she settles down, I go back to sleep.
Having cool nights as the lake is warming up gives us fog rising off the water in these wee hours. Fog is always a great photo opportunity.
This morning I got to get see sunrise and more fog.
The gardens have been calling for me to come out and explore the new growth and lovely blooms.
Come walk with me through the yard ---
|Euphorbia 'Ascot Rainbow'|
|Red Buckeye, leafing out|
|A daffodil from a mixed assortment, variety unknown|
|Hellebore 'Pink Frost'|
|Muscari 'Blue Sky'|
|Callitropsis glabra 'Blue Ice' and Loropetalum 'Ever Red'|
|Viburnum tinus 'Sweet Bouquet' with Narcissus 'Tahiti' behind it|
|A butterfly on the Edgeworthia chrysantha, this screams 'SPRING'!|
At this point, I am happy Jane is alive and growing. There are difficult areas in my yard. Do you have any spots that drive you crazy?
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