Thursday, February 2, 2012

Groundhog's Day


Although this is Groundhog's Day, we here in Griffin don't need a groundhog to tell us that spring will be early this year.  These photos were taken today and it would appear that spring has already arrived.




Enjoy
☺☺☺Johnina☺☺☺

5 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Your fruit trees are blossoming already? Holy moly!

Karen S. said...

Oh my, what lovely shots! Perfect to see on this grey day, slightly rainy with a few flakes drifting down....and warmish but 28 degrees....I'm thinking that fall never really gave up this year...it's mostly been a good fight with autumn against old man winter.....

Anns Art said...

There is just something about seeing blossom that lifts our spirits isn't there. Our neighbour has daffodils out at the moment and I have seen snowdrops on the verges, saying that there is snow up on Exmoor...how strange the seasons can be.

young-eclectic-encounters said...

Holy mole is right Debra. I've been seeing spring blooms for several weeks now. So unusual
Karen- so glad you enjoyed this little peek at spring
Ann- we have daffodils here too and i agree flower blooms do make your day brighter
Johnina

Anns Art said...

Hi Johnina, just wondered if you are okay, you seem to have fallen off the blogging radar!