Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lake

Wednesday’s Photos

Pussy Willows in May?

Last week I reported how far behind Nature is at higher elevations. Pussy willows are the very first sign of springs in our valley. They can be spotted as early as February. But at 1200m altitude they are showing their delicate beauty only now in the second week of May. On my way to Vernon I stopped by to have another look at Lost Lake where I had taken a photo of the Canada geese the week before. Enjoy.

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11 comments

  1. Nurul Fitri Lubis · May 15, 2019

    All are lovely, Peter. But my favorite is the first one. Maybe due to its clear reflection..

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  2. Pit · May 15, 2019

    So, finally spring is coming to your region, too. Lovely pictures. 🙂

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  3. Pure Glory · May 15, 2019

    Beautiful photography, Pwrwe. Love the pussy willows. They are just popping out in the Far North, a little early. Lost Lake looks like a lovely refuge.

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  4. thecedarjournal · May 15, 2019

    I like the second picture with the muted greens reflecting off the water. Nice to see Spring is there in your region.

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  5. arv! · May 15, 2019

    That’s an interesting plant. I have never heard or seen this before. Loved the first picture

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  6. Amy · May 15, 2019

    I love pussy willows and don’t see them much at all any more. Thanks for the photos.

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  7. Anonymous · May 15, 2019

    Palmkaetzchen, wie schoen, Peter.

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  8. Robert Parker · May 16, 2019

    Great photos, Peter, and happy to see the willows, I always stop to pet a few when I go by.

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  9. jml297 · May 16, 2019

    Gorgeous photos – what a breathtaking place!

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  10. Sarah · June 1, 2019

    Ooh! I love these! And I think that Weidenkaetzchen sounds much nicer than pussy willows. 😄

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