We had just a small amount of snow, but it was enough to make me go out and take pictures!
It was spectacular, and in particular, the white snow on the white blossom of the Bradford Pears was interesting to see. The poor daffodils in the front yard seem defeated by the snow, and I’m not sure if they will bounce back.
Hidden away in the woods, we find a small area of water, enclosed by the first flowering of spring growth in the surrounding trees.
We might have passed by, but then we notice three nymphs dancing by the pool.
As we stop to admire the art work, we are entranced by the vibrancy of the colors, the reflections in the pool, and the evidence of new life all around.
We recall the story of Hylas, charmed by the beauty of the Nymph, and never seen again, as he searched the woods for his lost love.
Beauty is all around us; sometimes it is easy to see, as in this woodland idyll. But sometimes we have to search for the beauty that we know is there, and sometimes just to search is enough.