Wild Mustard grows freely in the fields and along side of the road this time of year. I’m told there are a lot of horticulture benefits to this flower but I just love the look of it. And speaking of looks I don’t know if you can see in the background the spectrum of greens in the trees (from light to dark), which are also unique to the time of year, and the whites of the sycamore trunks along the creek.
Welcome to Week # 6 of Spring Festival 2023 where we can share images of spring from our own neighborhood (or thereabout).
This challenge will probably run for 10-12 weeks, with the last week being a wrap up. You can link up here, or on any of the individual weeks.
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Click here to see other images of how Spring has sprung in my neighborhood.
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So pretty Dawn!