I've been musing about how fast the seasonal changes happen in April. I've always noticed this, but now that I'm thinking about describing what I see and take photographs of, I notice it more. And this is a blog about the seasons in the Beaver Valley after all, so keeping track of these changes in the seasons is why I'm here.
April started out this year snowy; the landscape was still white. But the streams and the spots where seepage emerged at the edge of fields were opening up. It was still like winter, but with a hint of things to come in the open bits of water.
These photos don't compare to the bright spring flowers and blue skies, but these are part of 'seasonsinthevalley' too, so I hope you appreciate my musings!