Spring in January

5 thoughts on “Spring in January

  1. If that’s a magnolia they put their buds on in the fall for next springs flowering. It amazes me that a tender flower bud can last the winter (even in the area I live in)
    all the same it has been a particularly mild winter.
    It’s a beautiful image.

  2. The magnolia near my local library has these buds too – I’m worried about what’ll happen when we have our next set of cold and frosty days because winter is far from over here….

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