The blossom which adorns the branches of particular trees at the moment is enthralling and it crossed my mind that over winter next year I could put together a schedule of trees to visit and photograph which are due to blossom. All the the fruit and nut bearing trees... There's an almond tree right in front of a house I would dearly love to examine and photograph but alas, the person who lives there is someone I try to avoid. It would be fascinating to really affirm my knowledge of which trees flower in which manners.
I'd also love to see a family of birds (or several families of birds) going about their lives in our garden bird boxes. Last year we had quite a bit of action but thus far we haven't seen any, so fingers crossed our garden will attract some visitors.
Would it be a little fanciful to hope to see a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis? I suspect so, but it's an aspiration for a sunny spring day nevertheless. A chimera of the heart. At primary school I vividly remember narrating something at a presumably spring play about a chrysalis; always my preference to pupae, which sounds too much like poopy to be uttered in polite company.
What would you like to see this spring?