This week marks the height of spring on Park Avenue South, which happens to be near my place of employment. The street is very residential and hushed; if you listen closely, you can hear money rustling in the breeze. Its beauty is usually more restrained, but not this week. I'm always thankful not to be driving at this time of year, because I would probably get distracted by the flowers and crash into the medians. After debating whether to take symmetrical or asymmetrical photos, I decided to take both! The magnolia flowers looked like pink butterflies, about to take off into the sun. I tried to ignore the sign, which was a blight on my composition. There was a railing that blocked my access to the tulips. I climbed over it, not really caring about the consequences of my trespass, and secretly hoping that I might live with flowers, at least until summer, when the ground will be littered with their roasting petals.