Stages of Spring from a University Parking Lot

 

March in Bay Area California-the grass is new green.  The trees think flowers.

At twilight trees lengthen their shadows.  Here and there the basic shapes of silvertone instead of color.

 

Later the trees in full bloom catch some sun while the sun plays hide and seek.

 

Spring begins to lose its brief season of bloom and green.  The grass shows heads which means one thing in California-brown will begin to creep in.  The blossom start showing leaves.  Fallen petals pile like snow on the edges of the parking lot.

All photos taken with an iphone X

About Winding Stream Press

Janice DeRuiter Eskridge, M.F.A. is a poet who worked for over a decade as a poet-teacher for California Poets in the Schools. Helen Shoemaker, Ph.D. L.M.F.T. is a university professor who teaches in the areas of child development and counseling. She is also a therapist in private practice.
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