I like to take pictures of wildflowers when I travel, along roadsides. Here are a few, taken in spring, to help us get through the months of cold.
Redbud, my favorite. These were along Interstate 81, in southern Virginia.
I’m not sure what plant this was, but the tiny, faintly lavender blossoms covered several fields, in eastern North Carolina.
And last but not least . . . .
These white flowers covered a corner by the overpass a few blocks from our house. Almost made the area appealing; but then they were gone.