Photo of the Week
Currituck Light in Spring
Nothing feels quite like a warm spring day, with a fragrant breeze, bumblebees buzzing around and blue skies with passing clouds. And for me as a photographer the colors of all the plant life are irresistible. The poet Robert Frost wrote in "Nothing Gold Can Stay" : Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold, Her early leaf's a flower, But only so an hour, .... There is more, but I always think of these few lines when the landscape first leaves the drab winter behind, and spring's promise first appears. Such subtle hues of green and gold quickly darken into summer's lush landscape, but for a brief moment during the year, the gold is ours.
I hope you enjoy it,