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The Crocus Blooms Before the Harbor

Although halfway up the coast of Maine is farther north than Toronto, Canada, in the winter the weather here is often more like that in Pennsylvania, the ocean warms the air so much. Spring’s here, or at least that’s what the crocus tells me:

Spring Crocus, 2010

But the harbors here haven’t bloomed yet. They’re still in winter mode, empty-like, still waiting to be pollinated by some very busy migratory bees:

Maine Midcoast Harbor, March 2010

2 thoughts on “The Crocus Blooms Before the Harbor”

  1. J. Clifford says:

    I wonder if my crocus are getting ready to bloom underneath the snows! I can’t wait to get home and see. perhaps the winter aconite…

  2. mohamed says:

    iam the one who sow the land and abroad by tmie to dates ever before then this we alocate today instive ,, say well all most every hardest thing in my life ,,,,,,,by by

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