It’s spring! It’s spring! It’s almost summer-ish! It was a glorious weekend, one perfect for getting on the bike and heading off on the rail trail. Except for the pollen. That’s a different story.
I bring you this blog today in celebration of the official end of a long, cold winter and the return of spring and all its free-floating vegetal woe (does it matter if it’s a cold or allergies? My head still weighs a million pounds and I’m leaky). Not too much narrative today; I self-refer to “my head weighs a million pounds” and thus, today, me no like wordsing, is too hard-hard. So I will mostly shut up now; here are more scenes from the beautiful Buffalo Valley Rail Trail.
Technically, near the rail trail. But close enough for my purposes. Check out the crazy clouds and the sun star!
Some kind of dried something that looks cool.
Pollen generator! Too bad they’re cute and full of whimsy.
OBLIGATORY ART SHOT!
Trees are just doing they thang everywhere.
I’m not sure if I’ve ever encountered a pink honeysuckle before.
Some kind of delicate little wildflower, adding its subtle prettiness to the trail.
Thanks, Nature, for framing this shot for me.
If anyone can tell me why the tops of silos are painted in a sort of carnivalesque style, I’m happy to learn.
Allrighty then. Good to know.
The birds were REALLY not cooperating with me this day. This semi-obscured woodpecker is the best bird pic I was able to get.
We begin with clouds, we end with clouds. I stopped taking pictures after this and got myself home before the rain.