After several dry winter months, rain finally fell on Los Angeles. Sprinklers are off for now with the hope more rain is on the way. After snapping over two dozen photographs, we decided to post only four which we felt illustrated both the dry warmth of previous months and the abundant growth after rain.
Usually, our roses begin to bloom in April - our Azaleas, typically, in mid to late March. Nature opens to both light and warmth and this year is no exception - except, it is happening earlier than usual.
The east hopes for an early spring while we, on the west coast, wonder what happened to winter.