In the cusp

Here in Georgia the road to spring takes many turns and twists.DSC04247(1) The closing days of winter and beginning of spring meld into a season of its own. A cuspate season perhaps where the highlights of beech trees toss the sun playfully among winter leaves barely hanging on. 















 Sweet gum balls hang like year old decorations waiting to be put away.DSC04245

Jonquils burst forth in a rush to remind the beech trees and sweet gums that it’s time to let go, spring is here! DSC04225 











  Ah, but the Camellias are less subtle about it, shouting to the foot draggers, get a move on it guys!  DSC04252


About jingeorgia

Searching high and low no matter where i go it always seems the same: shades of grey. Or, was that gray?
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8 Responses to In the cusp

  1. Flo says:

    Lovely photos. Especially like the Camillias and the winding road.

  2. Rambling says:

    I have always wanted camellias but i have been concerned that they may not wish to live in this climate. You guys have it warmer than we.I do have some small gardenias and I am anxious for them to bloom.

  3. Rhapsody says:

    Good day J…Absolutely love the photos, great shots. Especially love the tree shot, such vivid colors working in harmony and show casing its beauty….good work.Have a blessed weekend

  4. kïrstin says:

    what a fairy land you have in georgia! i love the funny little sweet gum balls. i also really like the expsure on the daffodils. beautiful shots ;)k☼

  5. Lisa ♥ says:

    How very very beautiful J. . Im in love with the thrid photo . Its so different and interesting. All are nice but that one I love.Your words as well..Lovely Blog Happy Spring.xo

  6. Lisa ♥ says:

    I love the tree and the Road also. . Stunning .

  7. ··¤ SETH says:

    Those sure are promising signs that Spring is upon you, or at least around the next bend. Nice photos! I love to venture out with a full tank of gas just driving thru the country exploring the open country roads. There\’s so much to see, smell, and enjoy out in the country that I never get tired of it. I live out in the country, so even a trip to town can be an adventure for me depending on what back roads I choose to take.

  8. Here I Am says:

    What beauty in your season. I love the little balls hanging from the tree. Happy spring to you… Carrie

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