"April showers bring May flowers."
Showers? In April? In Tennessee? Those of us who survive the spring storms to enjoy those May flowers (and we do) dearly wish we had those showers instead. Springtime is stormtime here, and we sure get some rip-snorters.
Here are a few photos following an Easter weekend storm that blew through and left a sparkling day in its wake.
Storm clouds bustle away to the south east. I think the brilliant white of the Dogwood blossoms ties together earth and sky with the whiteness of the clouds.
Everything had a good cleansing shower, including these rain-slicked horses.
Fresh and clean.
Water flowing from the hillside into the flatland of the valley.
Shadow and light with water under the bridge. (We could develop a philosophy out of that, but I think we'll just enjoy the scenery!