Monday, June 18, 2007

New Version of Spring

Different flowers are blooming now--the rhododendron, Japanese Iris, Forget-me-nots, and Snow in Summer. I have seen probably fifteen Springs here, and I really think this is the prettiest. June has always struck me as wonderful in Eastport, but never quite as wonderful as this. Every day some new bloom shows up, or the forget-me-nots have unbelievably spread even farther than before. There are places in my yard and elsewhere that look like an ocean of blue, speckled with sunlight, as it breaks through the foliage of the trees. Even the profusion of dandelions and now buttercups that invade the field next to the yard add to the color that is everywhere and enhance it.

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