Springtime in the Southern States

It has been a long winter and the sights, smells, warmth of Springtime are in the air. The birds are singing and the bees are busying themselves collecting the nectar of the blooming flowers. The rains that started in March have provided the needed moisture for the April blossoms. The Wisteria is currently at its peak and for those who have not smelled the Lilac fragrance of the wild-growing Wisteria in the South, I pity you. There is nothing to compare against a sultry spring evening in the Carolinas.IMG_0224 - Copy                            IMG_0252     IMG_0231 - Copy IMG_0232 - Copy     IMG_0236 - Copy  IMG_0244    IMG_0241 - CopyIMG_0245IMG_0251IMG_0237 - Copy     IMG_0247  IMG_0246    IMG_0259IMG_0253  IMG_0255 IMG_0256 IMG_0257 IMG_0263 IMG_0260  IMG_0262

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