After a long winter season the sun shines higher and stronger. The warmth feeling of the sun slowly melts the snow and the landscape starts to reveal again.
Did you know that up north we consider 1 more season?
The locals call it Spring-winter.
In the months of March and April, as the sun begins to make its presence known, gently warming the days while temperatures remain relatively low, it marks the initial hint of Spring's arrival.
It's that initial spring instant when the flowers have yet to bloom, but the snow melts, allowing the soil to bask in the rejuvenating touch of the sun.
As May arrives and the snow has vanished, the landscape undergoes a vibrant transformation, bursting to life once more with lush greenery.