Spring’s Final Clouds

Not a bad way for spring to say goodbye.

2 Comments on “Spring’s Final Clouds”

  1. Himani B – Canada – A seeker of truth, beauty and light. On a journey that leads inward. All that flows during those sacred plunges continues to evolve me as a person and the experience surfaces in the form of these musings. Love in all its forms, has ripened me the most and continues to do so. Whatever good there is, is from beyond .. only the mistakes are mine. Thank you for stopping by ッ Much love and light Himani B
    Himani B

    I was in awe myself as I saw all those gorgeous evening hues, a thunderstorm in a distance and a rainbow :) Beautiful shot!

  2. Spring said goodbye some time ago. The problem is that astronomers and meteorologists define spring a little differently than the rest of the world. Astronomers define the seasons based on the equinoxes and solstices, but they aren’t “official”. Meteorologists define the seasons based on the start of a month (e.g., spring runs from March 1 – May 31). And traditionalists still use the “cross quarter days”, which is why June 21 marks the middle of summer and not its start.

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