Winter Warming

Sun warms lengthening days.
Soiled snow liquefies.
Buddha emerges
from the
freeze.

Copyright © 2015 Terry Boswell

Buddha in dirty melting snow.

This week the Buddha in my backyard, covered with snow until a few days ago, made his spring début amidst mud, and melt, and a winters worth of sunflower seed hulls scattered from the feeders.

In response to the Photography 101 prompt, “warmth.”

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6 thoughts on “Winter Warming

    1. Yes, he’s my backyard Buddha! He enjoyed my husband’s parents’ garden before moving to ours. I’m sure I’ll take a few more pictures of him as the seasons change! 🙂

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    1. Glad to have made you smile! Buddha’s bald head poked out of the snow first and within a few days the rest of him began to emerge. Today there’s only a small patch of dirty ice next to him amidst the mud. I should really plant a few snow drops next to him so there’s something green nearby when the snow melts!

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