Blossoming trees. Spring. Central Park, New York City.
At the edge of winter sits the reflection of spring.
Trees lifted from their slumber by weightless blossoms make their way out of the twilight of winter’s last icy gasps.
It’s quite incredible how many trees are already in full spring bloom already. Usually the trees aren’t this far along with their blossoms until the middle of April or even the beginning of May. This particular photo which I took yesterday is of a favorite spring spot of mine in Central Park. It conjures up fairytale narratives and fills my heart with hope.
The blossoms on these trees are so gorgeous when they first bloom. When the wind blows little white and pink petals shed from their blossoms swirling in the air before falling to the ground which I always refer to as spring snow. :)
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