There has been a lot of whining, crying and complaining about winter this year, but so far it looks like perhaps it won't last into freaking MAY like last year. I am ever so optimistic.
So I have been keeping a daily, photographic diary of Lola, mostly on Instagram, and I have seen some of the deepest snow levels up here, ever!! It was pretty incredible to have Lola to measure it against. I can't wait for the plant growth to begin so we can see how high the daffodils and lilies and poppies get. Better than snow for sure.
|The best shot that I got of this super quick trip to Holy Hill|
However, there are no photos of that yet, so we will have to make do with a couple of Lola and of course other parts of the Northwoods- and even a pic or two from southern WI.
|Lola at her deepest|
|Early morning after the snow|
|Waiting for spring|
|Winter stone house|
|Melting is started|
|The ongoing beauty of the sunflower|
|Spring is here|
After the baby shower was finished Greg led us to Holy Hill. He knew I would want to photograph that building. It was after hours for the grounds, but church was just letting out, so all was good. I got a few good pix against an amazing sky that lovely day.
|My buddy the stone house- in the melting stage|
|3 seasons in one pic|
|Hang on Lola, spring is coming|
I loved the sparkly sun hiding behind the clouds of this last one. So much hope for a new season. And with hope there is bound to be some joy!