It lasted less than a couple of minutes because the shaft of bright light was soon consumed by the upper and lower clouds. But the momentary glory showed that the day wasn’t as bleak as it looked and that soon the sun would do its job and burn off the thick moisture to warm and light a new day.
We are finally experiencing weather that feels like spring since the cold grip of winter is loosening a bit.
It is a nice break from the below average temperatures of February and first half of March. Which reminds me, it is time to get back to all the spring obligations now that the weather is cooperating.
The group of sunbathers began moving when one calf decided that a bit of hay sounded tempting. One by one they got up and meandered over to their mothers to nibble awhile before nursing again.