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Can spring be far behind?

“O, wind, if winter comes, can spring be far behind?”.

– Percy Bysshe Shelley
snow and rushing water at Kingsbury Watermill

Tiny hints of Spring at Kingsbury Watermill, St Albans, February 2021

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Copyright Debbie Smyth,  17 February 2021

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  1. That’s one of the exciting things about spring in a four-season climate–those little, gradual hints that winter is on its way out and spring on its way in. If it just showed up full force one day, I don’t think it would be nearly as exciting. I can remember the joy of seeing those first daffodils and the like, the first hints of green grass, etc.



  2. Judging by the rain lashing down outside, spring could be a long way behind! I’m hoping it’s only temporary but we’ve had it now for two solid days and nights – plus winds – and the geraniums that weathered the winter look as though they’ve had it this morning.


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