Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge – Naked Spring

“It’s exciting to see things coming up again, plants that you’ve had twenty or thirty years. It’s like seeing an old friend.” ― Tasha Tudor

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This week’s challenge on partner Susan and my site is NAKED SPRING.

This is the time of year when nature updates and at times improves its vast holding of trees, flowers, animals and of course weather patterns. 

The appearance of many older trees is at times visually disconcerting and threatening especially as we slowly pass them by.

We can readily observe the many winding twists, turns and at times unplanned detours some have taken to ensure their survival against harsh weather patterns that have besieged them the entire year.

This week Susan and I invite you to share with us your own interpretation and experience with the trees and shrubs that grow near your home or place of work.

Don’t forget – the challenge is flexible,  feel free to do it your way. Words or Pictures.

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