Ephemeral Woodland Spring Song

The native blooms of the woodland
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Hepatica americana


The symphony of spring peepers has given way to the bellowing of wood frogs & trilling of tree frogs.
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The birdsong orchestra is in full sing, greeting the day in joyous revelry & gratefulness for each thing. Each new day another harmony added to the melodies. Bluebirds & cardinals, goldfinch & phoebes.
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The hawk mates are ever dancing up in the high breeze, adding their sharp vocals to the cacophony.
๐Ÿฆ…

Pachysandra procumbens : Allegheny spurge

The creeks are ever flowing in steady singsong, since snowmelt to spring showers they swirl along.

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Mertensia virginica : Virginia bluebells


The many colors of Erythronium americanum : trout lily

Fae umbrellas : Podophyllum peltatum : mayapples

Sanguinaria canadensis : bloodroot

And the flowers.. Oh!the flowers! Little jewels dancing along the forest floor. Bedazzling light toes to stop & sigh a prose. Delighting the eyes and caressing the nose.
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Caulophyllum thalictroides : blue cohosh


Thalictrum thalictroides : rue anemone

Trillium sessile : toadshade

Hydrastis canadensis : goldenseal, unfurling & in bloom

The ephemerals are in full show, twirling in & out of the spotlight in fleeting droves. Hepatica then Thalictrum, Mertensia and Caulophyllum, swaying with the breezesong and shinning with the symphony.
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Hepatica americana

Stylophorum diphyllum : wood poppy

Xanthorhiza simplicissima : yellowroot

Trillium erectum : wake robin

Packera aurea : golden ragwort

Everyday a new enchantment, a new reason to slow down and see. A fresh moment unfurling with each rising sun, a fresh reason to stop & be.
To embrace the wonder of childlike joy & fun, endlessly.
๐ŸŒž๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒผ

Packera path to the woodland


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the prosetry in full, uninterrupted…

Ephemeral Woodland Spring Song

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The symphony of spring peepers has given way to the bellowing of wood frogs & trilling of tree frogs.
๐Ÿธ
The birdsong orchestra is in full sing, greeting the day in joyous revelry & gratefulness for each thing. Each new day another harmony added to the melodies. Bluebirds & cardinals, goldfinch & phoebes.
๐Ÿค
The hawk mates are ever dancing up in the high breeze, adding their sharp vocals to the cacophony.
๐Ÿฆ…
The creeks are ever flowing in steady singsong, since snowmelt to spring showers they swirl along.
๐Ÿ’ฆ
And the flowers.. Oh!the flowers! Little jewels dancing along the forest floor. Bedazzling light toes to stop & sigh a prose. Delighting the eyes and caressing the nose.
๐ŸŒธ
The ephemerals are in full show, twirling in & out of the spotlight in fleeting droves. Hepatica then Thalictrum, Mertensia and Caulophyllum, swaying with the breezesong and shinning with the symphony.
๐ŸŒผ
Everyday a new enchantment, a new reason to slow down and see. A fresh moment unfurling with each rising sun, a fresh reason to stop & be.
To embrace the wonder of childlike joy & fun, endlessly.
๐ŸŒž๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒผ
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3 Responses to Ephemeral Woodland Spring Song

  1. Iris Weaver says:

    This has gotten my morning off to a glorious start!

    Just so you know, the fancy font of the title doesn’t do well when it goes out to the interwebs–it cam up as gibberish on my email, and as a long set of whoknowswhat when I posted it to FB on my page.

    • Oh I am so glad you enjoyed it!! Thank you for letting me know, I’ve changed it to the normal text. So sorry it caused some confusion, though I couldn’t help but giggle at “whoknowswhat” imagining the gibberish the interwebs translated it as. I will refrain from carrying over the fancy Instagram font in the future.

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