Monthly Photo Challenge, the Changing Seasons: March

Chinese Maple tree
Edited, close-up version of maple tree.

March is here and spring has sprung! Much of the USA has been dealing with cold, extreme weather, while the West Coast is experiencing a fourth dry year. Aside from the vernal equinox, and some countries changing to daylight savings time (still feeling the effects!), March also celebrates Pi Day (3-14) and St Patrick’s Day. Spring Break begins for many schools and there is even a Friday the 13th (today) thrown in the mix. In California, there is a government holiday for Cesar Chavez, an American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist, who co-founded the National Farm Workers Association.

I have been following this Monthly Photo Challenge, the Changing Seasons. See below for information. Take photos of the same location (it can be anything) to depict the change of seasons.

My photos this month show the same Chinese Maple tree in my front yard from different angles. It’s rather interesting taking photos of the same tree over the course of the seasons. Here is what the tree looks like now and in comparison to February and January.

If you are interested in this event, please check out Cardinal Guzman’s blog:

3 thoughts on “Monthly Photo Challenge, the Changing Seasons: March

  1. What a transformation!! It went so fast. It looks gorgeous now.
    This challenge is very nice for giving us this opportunity to see the seasons with different ….perspectives.
    Have a lovely weekend, Terri.

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