When I first did the challenge on April 18th, 2018, I decided to start off with a simple stroll down our long & windy driveway. I thought it would be interesting to try to recreate as many of those photos now, a month later, to see how much has changed in four short weeks.
Standing just off the front porch, looking down the driveway.
Look at all the green!
Standing at just about the point the first picture ended.
Everything's looking lush!
The weather has definitely taken a turn since this morning's post .
While you can't see the blue sky, it's because the sun is shining so bright!
However, these future flowers are still going strong, so at least that!
The Black-eyed Susan's haven't blossomed yet, but I'm thinking soon...
These soon-to-be daffodils are coming along nicely too.
Good thing our landlady has a green thumb!
Boy, these don't last long! I have pictures elsewhere on my
blog, but they've now bloomed and gone
More signs of spring things growing (because I'm pretending
this isn't called a Winter Berry... LOL!
The lone Winter Berry has now been replaced by tons of Bluets!
Speaking of future growing things, somewhere in this area, a
Jack-in-the-pulpit should be popping up soon-ish.
And here he is! This year, there are three little ones as well.
A closer view
And when it does, there should be bunches of
Lady Slippers in this area.
Not nearly as many as last year, but there's still a few
A bit closer
However, this temporary creek/snow melt will be
long gone by then.
Thanks to all the rain, a little bit of the creek remains
The view from the bottom of the driveway.
You can still see where it was, but that should be gone soon too.
Hey look! There's still a little blue sky around!
I couldn't figure out the exact spot from last time, but
you can still see the huge difference in the trees!
The sky over the house - yep, time to go back inside.
This time, instead of being chased in by rain clouds, I had to
run inside to escape the mosquitoes!
Happy Wednesday, and thanks again
@tattoodjay for this fun challenge!
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