Mind Traveling = Signs of Spring – Minneapolis

To anyone living to the south of Minnesota, you are probably already experiencing the signs of spring flowers. People from different parts of the world contributed to these photos. I saw snow drops yesterday!

The signs of spring from March and April.

Top Right: My niece Sabina’s new chickens in their garden in North Holland.

Top left: Alicia’s garden Tulips make an appearance Minneapolis; right below this are two foster puppies from my niece Suzanne. Right below this: Two Mallard ducks swimming at the edges of the ice at Lake of the Isles in March.

On the right is a sun dial at Lake Harriet Park in Minneapolis. Below that are two photos from April 3, 2021 at the Rose Garden at Lake Harriet. A picture of people enjoying a day in the sun near the Rose garden also April 3, 2021. A robin from mid-March in the same location.

Lastly, to the left, is a view of downtown Minneapolis from the southeast end of Lake of the Isles in early March.

Thanks for stopping by my kitchen

Celebrate Spring’s return.

Peace

Snow Drops April 3, 2021 CKatt Lake Harriet Rose Garden

About kunstkitchen

Visual artist and writer hunting words, languages, visions, and insight in my kitchen - connecting Art (Kunst) and culture and slow food cooking. Classically trained artist. Paint and draw with traditional materials. Live in the Northland where it's six months of winter. Appreciate the little things in life. Sharing food and art experiences and the lessons that my talented and generous friends have given me.
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8 Responses to Mind Traveling = Signs of Spring – Minneapolis

  1. dunelight says:

    I love Snow Drops/Galanthus. They are a tonic for the soul after a long winter.

  2. Forestwood says:

    Lovely collaborative post. Northerners do seem to get excited about the prospect of spring’s arrival each year. Who can blame them after the long winter? Here in Australia we are looking forward to our cooler temperatures.

  3. mydangblog says:

    We had our first daffodils this week–such a wonderful sight to see, almost as good as those puppies!

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