Pollen Clouds – One More Week


Tuesday 01 April, 2014 by Uncle Spike

The annual late spring pollen clouds that drift over the vast pine forests will (hopefully) be finished in a week or so. For the past month, everything has been covered in a yellowy-green dust. Won’t be long and the big clean-up can start 🙂

Better than the last photos I had, you can see the the pollen clouds more clearly in this shot.




Me thinks the car needs a wash… but I only did it 2 days ago!



Balconies, windows, doors, low roofs…



and even Cousin Spike Jnr’s toys get the yellow treatment!

Everything needs a darned good hose down once the clouds finish for the season.



7 thoughts on “Pollen Clouds – One More Week

  1. Ninna says:

    Oiii! That time of year!!!! Had almost forgotten.


  2. It looks like my house. 🙂 Pollen and allergies everywhere…


  3. shedgepeth says:

    We are getting ready for that time of year here in NC. It makes a mess out of everything:)


  4. fredrieka says:

    momwithoutpaws is already sneezing and the snow is not gone yet. She says something about her asthma is not going to be a good year. I sneeze to she says that is something we have in common


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