Blowing Away

dried wormwood
Blowing Away

An early spring snow storm is moving in; the afternoon was breezy, pushing against the thickets of dried wormwood along the creek, whistling among the stems and spreading their aromatic scent about the banks in a cleansing way, the sky hazy overcast.

It seems people forget other recent long and difficult winters. We’ve had snow on March 25 before this year! Just last year a fairly good snow fell on the pussy willows with their catkins already burst: Unconcerned, 2013.

Snow falls on the catkins

Of course, in other years…Blossoms at Night, 2012

Pear Trees at Night
Blossoms at Night

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