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Monday, April 10, 2017

in a sea of crocus


Today's temperature triggered a need to visit Maudslay State Park for a wander in the woods, a search for early blooming flowers. There have been enough dry days since last week's snow and rain to provide reasonably dry trails in the park although I did need to walk around some very muddy spots. It was a good day for walking.

My favorite spot in the park today was a grassy knoll that was covered in crocus and chionodoxa luciliae (also know as "glory of the snow"). I sat there for a quite a while absorbing the beauty of the tiny flowers.

a sea of crocus

a pair of crocus wearing white

For more flowers from today's wander, jump to the gallery wandering Maudslay :: 2017.