Spring Flowers….

Todays post continues from yesterdays on the beautiful Trilliums, the official flower of Ontario.

Driving along the road yesterday was much better than today, because it poured rain all morning and part of the afternoon. The temperatures dropped down to freezing overnight.  Quite a change from the warm weather that we have been enjoying for the past two weeks.   But that is spring for you…..

The featured image is the flower that is seen in this next photo. These I found along the ditches where there is water.

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            DELICATE AND PRETTY

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    THE FERNS ARE WAKING UP.  I LIKE THE WAY THE TOPS CURL

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                                                    THIS LOOKS LAST YEARS STOCK BUT  I LIKE THE SHAPE OF THE TOP

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     I COULDN’T RESIST THE DANDELION WITH THE DANGLY….

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THE WOODLANDS AND ROAD SIDES ARE BEAUTIFUL RIGHT NOW… THE GREENS SO LUSH….THE FLOWERS SO BRIGHT.

THANKS FOR COMING BY…..

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