Want to pretend it’s two months ago? Cool!
Cherry blossom time in Washington is the best time.
The peak bloom along the Tidal Basin was later than anticipated, and the timing worked such that my parents and I could go with my mother-in-law — her first time seeing them — and enjoy a cool, gray morning under the budding trees on April 7.
And that’s all I’ll say. “Wordless,” I know.
Touring the colonial revival garden at Historic Sotterley Plantation on a damp May day
Taking Oliver on his first fall walk, just as the leaves began to burst into reds and golds
Soaking up the final rays of summer on the Chesapeake Bay in North Beach, Md.
Sending off summer at a family farm party in East Berlin, Pennsylvania
Trying to soak up some fall color at Gilbert Run Park, which didn’t cooperate . . .
but we did make a few friends on the water!
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Enjoying the canals and streets of Georgetown in Washington, D.C., last weekend
And that final shot? The top of the famous stairs from “The Exorcist”!