Spring is taking on a new sparkle now that the pollen has been washed away.
Nothing like several days of non-stop torrential downpours to make one appreciate a sunny spring day.
Last week it was all about rain and dogwoods and rain and Kwanzan Cherry blooms and rain and a nest filled with bird's eggs.
As you can see this week it's all about azaleas, azaleas, baby birdies and azaleas.
That birdhouse is on it's last leg. We have a new one ready to replace it once the little ones fledge. They don't seem to mind the condition of their abode.
While trying to capture a shot of the azaleas in their glory I looked down and noticed this lone bloom lying on the mulch. Hard to believe that something so beautiful will be but a memory tomorrow.
That seems to be how spring goes. Look quick or risk missing the glory of this most lovely season.
Every April, God rewrites the Book of Genesis. ~Author Unknown