One of my favorite times of the year is that interim between winter and spring, that in-between, just now, when spring has not arrived and winter is giving way to it. It happens fast, almost invisible, but it is there. It is a time full of magic and discovery. Nature starts waking up slowly and everywhere you look (if you are looking) you will find a tiny wonder. To the wandering eye, everything seems dry and asleep, but to the keen eye ready to discover, a tiny world is just emerging. I just love it, and I wish to share a few pictures on this post so you can enjoy that emerging tiny world that will soon give way to spring, full blooms, and more defined natural surroundings. I hope you are inspired to go outside and look at your surroundings with different eyes, and discover your own tiny world.
Remnants of winter linger still.
Tiny plants slowly awaken from their sleep and dress in kelly green.
Tiny miracles of nature abound.
Wherever you look there is something going on.
Even where is less expected.
Every shape and hue awakens – the spring before the spring.
As above so below. Nature begins to display its beautiful hues, one tiny wonder at a time.
And when daylight gives way to shadows, don’t forget to look up.