The Changing Seasons: April 2016

“April borrows twelve days from March”.

I saved that quote at the beginning of the month from These Days Of Mine but now that April is about done I can honestly say she is the middle child. She started off as March but a few times acted like she was June or July. She’s typically rainy but this year decided to be as dry as August. If April can’t behave I don’t know how the rest of her warmer sisters will treat us.

Week One: April Blows in with the power of March

Week One: April Blows in with the power of March

Week Two: April Showers loom but that's all they do

Week Two: April Showers loom but that’s all they do

Week Three: The fields are dry

Week Three: The fields are dry

Week Four: The roads are dry

Week Four: The roads are dry

Week Five: We finally get a little rain and the earth rejoices

Week Five: We finally get a little rain and the earth rejoices

#MonthlyPhotoChallenge and #TheChangingSeasons

P.S. After preparing and scheduling this to post but before it actaully did I was able to capture the last few days of April. It seems there is hope for the May flowers, yet.

April, as we know it.

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10 thoughts on “The Changing Seasons: April 2016

  1. I like this collection of beautiful photos of April. I am glad you included the These Days of Mine quote. It is a great one! I liked the foggy morning last capture and would think the whole group would be pretty on a calendar! 🙂

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  2. Thanks for sharing the link to my blog! That was a quote I heard my Mom say many times. She grew up in a farming family, so many of her sayings about the weather rang true.

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