Spring in Greensboro is heralded by bursts of color sometimes vibrant and sometimes subtle. In the above photo, magenta, tulip-magnolia blossoms were opening in the warmth of dappled sunlight, against a cornflower blue sky. Petals were opening before our eyes. The blossom's fuzzy sepal is a tiny reminder of the delicate textures of spring. This seasonal beauty is fleeting and meant to be enjoyed out of doors and at close range. Changes are observed daily.
If you live in Greensboro, or anywhere with four distinct seasons, we hope you find time to explore the joys of spring. Document it in a journal; write a poem; snap a few photos. However, know that no photograph can replicate the magical feeling of being enveloped by new life.
Indeed, spring is a time of rebirth.