Wordless Wednesday – Spring Melt

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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73 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Spring Melt

  1. Lavinia Ross says:

    Nice video, Eliza!

  2. This reminded me of a sentence from Herbs and the Earth by Henry Beston: “The waters under the earth and the waters upon it are everywhere unsealing, flowing from the new green of moss down the slope of ledges in the sun and gathering in clearest pools where the snow has melted in the woods.”
    One of my favourite books about gardening.

  3. Dawn Minott says:

    Soothing sound. Love it Eliza 😊

  4. John says:

    I love how calming this video is, Eliza. ❤️

  5. jillslawit says:

    Just the perfect thing to watch on my way to the office and dreaded meetings. I would rather be watching the flow of water any day 😀

  6. Cathy says:

    Music to the ears. 😃

  7. Anne says:

    This must be a longed for sight and sound for you.

  8. Alice says:

    Precious water….what a beautiful area.

  9. Treah Pichette says:

    Such lovely music! Next…..spring peepers!

  10. There is a very small stream near our library parking lot that I check out when I’m there. It also reminds me of the streams that run along the route between Concord and Keene – beautiful.

  11. Ah, the soothing sound of running water. It looks cold but lovely.

  12. shoreacres says:

    A line from Wendell Berry seems appropriate: “The impeded stream is the one that sings.”

  13. Your video made me think about how differently the water flows where I live. We have no natural rocks and the water flows smoothly and almost silently.

  14. How I love that sound, the sound of spring. I even like to listen to water running in the ditches on the side of the road.

  15. Dale says:

    Is there anything more beautiful, or sound more wonderful than this? Snow melt is the bomb! My front yard officially has no more snow. The back? Still some 🙂

  16. Pepper says:

    So peaceful. Love it. 😊

  17. It is melting here as well and my first crocuses are blooming. We are very much looking forward to warmer temperatures. (Suzanne)

  18. You made me miss my fish pond – for 10 seconds! Is this the end of frozen?

  19. Don’t you just love the sound of running water? Especially if it means that winter is on its way out and spring about to arrive?

  20. Kris P says:

    Nature doing what it’s meant to! Here, the newspaper is full of dire warnings about the possibility of flooding as the ample snow this year starts to melt too fast.

  21. Tranature - quiet moments in nature says:

    What a sweet and refreshing sound Eliza! 💙🎶

  22. derrycats says:

    Such a calming sound, the running water. I could listen to that all day.

  23. Tina says:

    Soothing sound and it must make you so glad–spring melt!

  24. Jet Eliot says:

    Lovely to see the swift-moving water, Eliza, and all the beauty that embraces the spring melt.

  25. A NICE babbling brook and video! I am looking forward to seeing how abundant our spring melt will be after an epic snow year.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Denise. I also took a few of our waterfall at peak– already it is down from before. We don’t have as much snow as you do, so melt lasts only 7-10 days on average.

  26. Such a soothing sound, I could listen forever…

  27. One of my favorite symphonies. Thanks, Eliza!

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