Early to Rise

Spring arrived early in a meteorological sense across the United States, as well as in an astronomical sense, making its earliest appearance since 1896. The vernal equinox — the first day of spring — occurred March 20, a day or two earlier than what most of us recall as the official start of spring.

In Southwestern Indiana, flowers and foliage heralded the arrival of the growing season — up to four weeks earlier than in most years ­— inspiring us to present this photo essay of spring images that bloomed for our deadline.


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