We were at Mother’s this weekend and she has the oldest and biggest azalea bush you’ve ever seen! The swallowtail butterflies love it.
Springtime always reminds me of baby animals. It’s that time of year when you see all the cute little ones. I stumbled across this mama goose several years ago and noticed how the goslings were keeping safe and warm under the mother’s wings. Two of them popped their heads up to see what’s going on around them. (Notice that there is 2 more in the front.)
It also reminds me of Psalm 91:4 “under his wings you will find refuge”. The whole chapter talks about the confidence the believer has when facing dangers and challenges.
See my animal page for more photos of all kinds of animals.
The Old Well at UNC Chapel Hill North Carolina during the spring with red azalea blooms.
This is a perfect gift for a Chapel Hill graduate! It would look great on canvas or other merchandise like a phone case.
This is purple Catawba Rhododendron blooming in the North Carolina Appalachian Mountains during the spring. You’ll find this species growing in the eastern part of the United States, mainly in the mountains in late May or early June.
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