The Changing Seasons: April 2015

During the month of April, the temperatures increase and the grasses become green; the buds on the trees form and we wait in eagerness for them to open. When I walked past our local park, I heard birdsong and I knew that soon it would soon come alive with the sound of children’s voices.

I took these photos near the end of April on the 29th day. The park was quiet when I strolled past it a bit before 8am; however that afternoon I noticed that some visitors were running around the play structure.

The Changing Seasons posts for 2015:

January 2015

February 2015

March 2015

thechangingseasons challenge© Colline Kook-Chun, 2015

(This post is inspired by Cardinal Guzman’s Monthly Challenge:The Changing Seasons in which bloggers post pictures of the same location throughout the year. The location I have chosen to focus on is the nearby public park.)

19 thoughts on “The Changing Seasons: April 2015

  1. If I recall correctly Colline, I seem to remember the same pictures, but in those pics the playground was covered in snow. A new season begins and the playground will be filled with childish laughter and adventures.

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  2. Looks better than last time Colline – nice to see the trees getting new leaves. I would guess your May pictures will show them in full leaf. My Rowan is in full blossom now – looks like there will be a good crop of berries in the autumn.


  3. The park is looking a lot more useable now, with no snow or gigantic puddles! It won’t be long before the kids are back and clambering over all the equipment. 🙂


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