Celandine, Chelidonium majus, growing out of a honey locust tree trunk.
Wild ginger, Asarum canadense.
Leaves of the trout lily.
Bloodroot in the Black Rock wood, taken this morning. Spring finally springing!
The creek in the woods. The black slate showing underneath is why the wood is called Black Rock.
Me, waving to my Tumblr friends while at the woodland spring in the early morning.
Poor photo of an eastern phoebe in the nearby woods this morning.
A big chunk of white quartz covered with moss.
Water pouring over stones. These pictures are all from my walk in the woods yesterday.
Buds of the hepatica, Hepatica nobilis. Most years they would be in full bloom or even finished by now but the long snow cover slowed them down.
Red-winged blackbird in a pussy willow by a cattail wetland. (All of the pictures posted today are from my walk to a nearby park.)
White-bellied nuthatch (left) and chickadee (right) in flight, in a sycamore maple tree.