Despite the latest rainy weather, Spring has finally arrived!
Here are a few pictures taken in a private garden in Sant’Angelo in Lizzola (about 15 kms far from Pesaro): quince trees, cherry trees, olive trees, maritime pines, horse chestnuts, Judas’ trees (obsiously it is not the scientific name of the tree and yet it is so poetic: a popular legend tells that the tree flowers are purple because Judas hanged himself to this kind of tree), and then calendolas, iris, lemon verbena, rosemary, sage, roses, saxifrage, lilac plants. And green leaves everywhere.
This is how Spring looks around here, in the Province of Pesaro and Urbino.
Like many people, each Spring I am born anew. Sun, light, colors are the best medicine to get rid of my ‘when-is-winter-going-to-leave?’ grumpy mood.
I am going to turn to the blogoshpere searching for Spring posts, and other Spring scenaries around the world.
Goethe’s last words on his death bed seem to have been: ‘merh Licht’ (more light).
I think mine will be ‘more Spring’
If Winter comes, can Spring be far behind?