Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Spring, interrupted

In the midst of autumn, plants are already preparing for spring.
In the midst of a challenging economic climate, the world looks forward to a new US president.

7 comments:

Gail said...

The plants are indeed preparing and we are all hopeful for a new direction!

Gail

Karen - An Artist's Garden said...

Nice.
:)
K

chaiselongue said...

Yes, even in autumn there are hopeful signs of spring - in nature and in politics! Lovely picture.

VP said...

I love the way that if you look hard enough, the signs of spring are already there. I found some daffodil bulbs just beginning to peak through the soil the other day...

Have a great weekened HM!

VP said...

oops peak should be peek of course!

themanicgardener said...

It's amazing how spring-like I feel, so late in the fall. (I can't speak for my plants, though.)
--Kate

Yolanda Elizabet said...

Well put, let's hope that a real spring has finally sprung with this new president.