Leaves are still emerging by the pond.
The marsh marigolds (Caltha palustris) are blooming in the swamp.
The lilacs are just opening in the stand that shields the outhouse.
The lupins are just beginning to show color in the orchard.
The Canada geese are unsettled and still flying north in Vs.
This venerable cedar shows damage from the spring ice break-up, which coincided with two days of strong (like 40-mph) winds that drove giant ice “cubes” way up above our beach, like I’ve never seen before. Trillium is for scale.