Friday, January 22, 2010

Fullerton Loop -- May 16, 2009

Spring is not necessarily the prettiest time of the year in the mountains. Everything that has been hibernating under the snow is not yet rejuvenated, the melting snow makes everything slushy, muddy, and generally wet, and pretty much everything is stuck at some shade of brown.

But you don't care. You don't care because you're so happy to see those signs of spring, even a muddy creek is a thing of beauty.


Suzanne Perazzini said...

It does look rather grey and despondent but you can't beat spring for renewing hope.

Michelle said...

To paraphrase, it's always brownest right before the spring. ;-)