|All photos by Jonathan Schechter, March, 2014 |
The ways of nature and dates on the calendar are not always in sync especially as restless humans wait for spring. But natural and behavioral signs confirm spring will arrive--but more snow falls first.
Why stay in a cold tree den when 25 degree sunshine provides warmth for one raccoon?
Hepatic leaves on the south side of lofty oaks hint of pale blue blossoms to follow.
Skunk cabbage generates heat and melts through icy snow granting moss an early growth start.
A restless river crackles and moans as shifting ice lures a hiker to a bench for warm season dreams.