Newly-unfurled pin oak leaves are edged with gold-turning-green and strung with gilt-beaded catkins.
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I forgot to post yesterday’s snow photo! The catkins have finally begun to open, but the catkins do their thing even under the snow.
Tiny soft white kittens emerge from the hard brown shells that have been protecting them. Looks like spring to me.