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15th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest Mobile
end of the pussywillows

In the northeast,one knows the time of the pussywillow is the time of those first breaths of spring air. These pussywillows (Salix discolor) had been taken inside, their furry catkins now turning hard. The catkins are no longer soft and fuzzy but the light here shows them still strong and symbolic of spring

Photo Detail
Date Taken: 04.2017
Date Uploaded: 11.2017
Photo Location: Norwalk, Connecticut, United States of America
Camera: iPhone 4S
Copyright: © barbara boland