Sunday afternoon’s wet…

...waning Lilacs

…waning Lilacs.

 

...pink blossoms

…pink blossoms.

 

...young oak leaves

…young oak leaves.

 

peachy-looking Iris blooms

…peachy-looking Iris blooms.

 

...and the wettest of all, these Daylily leaves!

…and the wettest of all, these Daylily leaves!

Everything was damp and glistening on this cold, first Sunday of June here in Rogers Park!

Everything was damp and glistening on this cold, first Sunday of June here in Rogers Park!

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March: ‘neath warming rays
flake stacks transform to wetness
Spring’s promise made plain

Wetness

Wet Evergreens, the First

Wet Evergreens, the First

 

Wet Evergreens, the Second

Wet Evergreens, the Second

 

Wet Leaves

Wet Leaves

And…haven’t we all done this, at one time or another, when the world is really wet?

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