The return of ancient sunlight.
Sharp-lobed hepatica makes its diminutive arrival.
Wild and hidden, as it has always been.
An invitation in the early spring.
March 20, 2017 – the change.
Huddled on the river bank, buds pent and waiting.
Last year’s vireo nest catches the afternoon sun.
Snowdrops crowd the arrival of the equinox.
Last year’s beech leaves clatter in a damp breeze.
Last year’s dewberry leaves in late winter sunlight.