Spring is one of the four temperate seasons, and is the transition period between winter and summer. Springtime tends to reference the ideas of rebirth, renewal and re-growth. The exact timing of spring varies according to local climate, cultures and customs.
Meteorologists generally define the seasons as each lasting 3 months. In the Northern Hemisphere Spring is defined as March, April and May, and in the Southern Hemisphere September, October and November are the spring months.
Different countries and cultures declare spring at different times.
No matter when each country decides spring is, there are many photographs taken in that season, and here we are showcasing over 30 outstanding examples of spring photography.
Someone needs to go back to camouflage school by Kevin Law
at last – first bee at flowering quince by Vicki’s Nature
Through the Wisteria at Sissinghurst by UGArdener
spring driveway by EssjayNZ
Daisies by nutmeg66
Fairies Staircase by aussiegall
Be weary, the hand of Man… by young_einstein
Pink….pink….pink…. by Astrid Photography
Untitled by solidether
Spring Mist under Glastonbury Tor by midlander1231
Thank You!! By xavipat
Young Irish Lamb Sitting by moonjazz
Spring explosion by cuellar
Lily of the valley by randihausken
in dreams by the twinkling of an eye
Has he gone yet? by johnmuk
Rugiada… by Giorgio
spring by rahmanio
Binney Park in Spring by davincipoppalalag
Spring by Buszujacy-w-zbozu
Spring Stock 1 by sateriatic-stock
BG Japanese Garden by Eirian-stock
flower meadow by Alfi007
Foal 4 by garryac
Pond In Central Park by markyjay
Lake Bled by f5n5w1
Mt. Fuji Sakura-2 by F-Kaneko
Flowers and Gardens 30 by brlaw
alps by planetka
Springtime in the Rockies 1 by Columbine
Mating Season by hdabed
I hope viewing these images has made those of you in the Northern Hemisphere eager for the impending spring season. All of the images are published under the Creative Commons license, so are mainly available for use for wallpaper or photomanipulation, etc. Please check out the provider’s rules of use – which are normally found either on the page of the image or on the user’s profile page.
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