Spring in the time of coronavirus

Its been an odd spring in Geneva with days of sunshine interspersed between days of rain. After a slow start, 63% of the population have now received at least one dose of COVID19 vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) and restrictions have been somewhat relaxed. People are now emerging from isolation and gathering together again in restaurants, bars and at the beaches around the lake. The bees are also out and about and I took a few photos of them in the backyard yesterday.

2 thoughts on “Spring in the time of coronavirus

    • I don’t know for sure, but it does look like an Iris. Some years ago, I planted an assortment of bulbs around the yard and they have proliferated. Each year, more come up and bloom. As far as I remember, I bought tulips and most that come up are tulips. But this one is different. It is indeed a beautiful flower.

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