And speaking of seasons

Photographers learn to love juxtapositions. It’s something we look for, in colors and shapes and themes and subjects. I found it today, in the colors by my back gate; the crisp autumn yellow of the forsythia, and the rich cedar of the new garden beds, against the gentle, pastel pallet of the hyacinths, all former Easter flowers that now blossom in early April and fill the back of the yard with so much fragrance that it’s almost overpowering to be near them.

It’s just a cell phone snap, but it was a good moment during the morning.