Time for change

The “skin” of the oak doesn’t need moisturizer, not yet.

Start of springtime is a bit weird time, calls for feelings ups and downs
– changes from day to day, sometimes from hour to hour.
Not always nature follows the calendar.
One thing for sure, farmers catch the spring feeling as soon as posible.
Sometimes they are too fast, so the mud catch them and their equipment.

Walk inspired by “Restlessjo” and her captivating “Monday walk” themes.

Other trees enjoy dryness too.

The cattle enjoy washing their feet, before finding a dry spot.

The lapwing has a great attitude, a very charismatic bird – known as herald of spring.

While the horse haven’t drop the winter coat yet.

14 tanker om “Time for change

  1. The farmers are seriously busy here too. Not just ploughing but also cutting back dead growth on the many trees. Bonfires have to be lit before the end of March. Thanks for sharing, hon! 🙂 🙂

    • Guess farmers everywhere want to do the field work as soon as possible – sometimes too soon, so they get catched in mud and need some help getting free again. 🙂

  2. That horses coat is a bit more than the usual shaggy winter one. 🙂 Glad to see signs of spring popping out there. My skin sometimes feels a bit like that of the first tree, so I keep putting on lotion.

    janet

    • Guess these are used only for horses when they are only outside for shorter time. 🙂 My “better half” said almost the same about this oak tree when she saw it. 😀 😀 😀 .

  3. Pingback: Jo’s Monday walk : A Faro interlude | restlessjo

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