by Milo Smith
It is finally starting to look like Spring!
I went out to document its arrival. I got two nice shots of ice in the Garry River which is almost at flood level. The cold nights make for interesting ice formations.
I also found a nice “abstract” in the water.
Fortunately, the warm days bring out Crocus flowers
many types of buds
and the first insect of the season, a lovely Mourning Cloak Butterfly.
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Beautiful pics Milo! I especially love the “Icy River Abstract” one.
Great photos of spring, Milo…I thought the butterfly that met me, as I was cleaning my yard last week, was a moth. I see from your photo it’s a butterfly. What a pleasure it was to see so early into spring!Thanks Milo…Now looking forward to seeing these!Sent from Samsung tablet