At last!

Endelig er snøen borte! Selv den over 2 meter høye haugen på gårdsplassen har forsvunnet, men siden jeg tok et par bilder rett utenfor døren for en ukes tid siden, så syntes jeg det var litt gøy å vise endringer etter bare èn uke, og derfor har jeg tatt med et par bilder av de samme buskene også denne gang. De forrige bildene kan dere seg i mitt forrige innlegg litt lenger nede på siden.
At last the snow is finally gone! Eben the pile more than 8 feet high has completely disappeared! But sice I started my last post witha couple of shots right outside of my door, I thought I’d start today shooting a couple of pictures of the very same bushes so that you may see the difference after only one more week? For comparison you may see the old pictures in my old post a bit further down on this page!
Denne prydripsen kommer til å blomstre i løpet av et par dager!
This ornamental Currant will prooably blossom within a couple of days now?!
Og den er ikke alene. I veikanten har det vokst frem et gult teppe av smørblomster ispedd en og annen  hvitveis.

And they are not alone. Along the roadsides there has suddenly apperaed a bvlanket of buttercups, only broken by smaller groups of white anemones.
Smørblomsten er jo egentlig et hyggelig bekjentskap om man tar seg tid til å studere detaljer?

The buttercup is actually a rather nice aquaintance if you take ethe time to study it in detail?
Og – det er også hvitveisen som nå på våren kan dekke enorme deler av skogbunnen i hvite tepper. . .

And so is actually the white anemones as well, covering enormous areas on the forest floor with their white blankets . . .
Og hva finner jeg vel ikke i hagen? En gul tulipan som unngikk å bli frokost for vårt nattlige besøkende rådyr. Nå får den antagelig stå i fred?

And what do you know! A bright yellow tulip which has probably avoided being breafast for our nocturmal visitor – the deer. Now it may possibly survive the spring?

Og det er andre som også har hastverk. Det er jo aldri godt å vite hvor lenge en norsk sommer egentlig vil vare?

And there are others also hastily breaking through. Nobody knows exactly for how long a Norwegian summer will last?

(Compliments of SRB)
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9 Responses to At last!

  1. Leyla says:

    Våren er utrolig vakker 😉

    • Seenorway says:

      Ja, når den nå endelig ser ut til å komme for alvor! Gratulerer med kvalifikasjon til min ‘Yellow Team’ da! Du passerte nettopp ‘100-merket’ ! 🙂

  2. Sartenada says:

    We have had cold days, because the wind has come from the see during many week, but no snow. I love the presentation of Your beautiful flowers.

  3. Paola says:

    So beautiful!

  4. Yep…we have spring. Now all those dormant flowers and shrubs will just explode into colour. But the biggest benefit is the sunshine….it puts a smile on just about everyone’s face 🙂

  5. Seenorway says:

    Thank you, Egenia! I don’t know if it’s true, but the forecast says there will be mild warm spring weather over the entire Southern Norway for the next 2 weeks!!! Hurrrrah!

  6. -Eugenia says:

    Beautiful and so clear and crisp shots, Svein. I am glad spring has decided to make a permanent visit to where you live. Hopefully, your warm weather will last a long time.

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