Cold and Quiet Moments

With the return of Daylight Saving Time, I have more chance in the evening to work outside. Yesterday, as my social media brethren might recall, was a day off to rest from weeks of working a very exciting basketball season.

Tonight I planted two Peace rose bushes for Abby, then made some effort to push/pull/chop some of the dead Rose-of-Sharon. It was quite cold, especially when the dry, north wind blew, but as sunset approached, I once again found myself wanting to make pictures. It was a beautiful, cold March evening.

Henbit, one of the first weeds we see in spring, clings close to the ground with the sun setting in the background.
Henbit, one of the first weeds we see in spring, clings close to the ground with the sun setting in the background.
A sprig of something sticks out of the water at our pond.
A sprig of something sticks out of the water at our pond.
A peach blossom clings to one of my trees at dusk.
A peach blossom clings to one of my trees at dusk.
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