Thursday, May 03, 2018

New Spring Green

I took these photographs today as I walked along Minnehaha Creek from my home in south Minneapolis to my bus stop on nearby Chicago Ave. It's about a 15 minute walk and I do it twice a day – on my way to work at around 7:30 a.m., and then later when returning home at around 5:00 p.m. As I've noted previously, it's a lovely way to start and end my work day. And especially so now with the new spring green (and its accompanying blooms) emerging both underfoot and overhead!

NEXT: Following the Footprints of Spring

See also the previous Wild Reed posts:
What a Difference Four Days Can Make
Welcoming the Return of Spring
The Spring Blizzard of 2018
Spring's Snowy Start
Farewell Winter
Spring: Truly the Season for Joy and Hope
Celebrating the Return of Spring (2017)
Green Destiny
A Snowy Spring Day
Let the Greening Begin


Amy Gabriel said...

The new spring green is the best color! Great captures.

Franco Manni said...

Nice photos Michael!
At the end of your post you recall the past posts about this topic...
It makes me think a little bit about the passing of time, which on our rotating planet has got this feature of 'seasonality' that is, repetitiveness..
It is one of the aspects of our experience... Another one is the linear journey towards new unknown things....