12 May 2009

Spring at Wood-Rill

After a striking autumn last year,
a
nother season starts anew at Wood-Rill.
A lack of significant spring rains so far has stalled
the greenery from appearing on the floor of
the big woods.

Marsh marigolds are providing most of the color right now.

The weathered skeletons of the forest giants can be seen
rather simply this time of year.

Tree blossoms on the outskirts of the deep woods


1 comment:

DaveABirding said...

Just found your blog through the entry on Birdchick's site. Great stuff! The name really caught my eye as I wondered if it referred to Minnehaha. Growing up Minnesotan before I transplanted to Colorado I know the area well, and try to at least drive through on my visits back.