My theme of this exhibition is called “Leaping into spring”, this exhibition is about spring. Spring is the season after winter and before summer, in which vegetation begins to appear. Spring occurs when the sun’s rays strike the equator at noon from directly overhead. In spring many trees, flowers and plants begin to grow, also animals begin to shed their winter coats for the warmer weather. Many birds lay their eggs in this season. Spring is a symbol of rebirth for plants. It begins on March 21st and the very first day of spring is called the Vernal Equinox. Vernal is a Latin word for spring and Equinox is another Latin word for equal days. On the first day the sunrise and sunset are likely to be at least 12 hours apart. During May the flowers all start to bloom and during April you will see more rain. Spring is the first season of the year. During spring the temperature slowly rises. In the Polar Regions spring is very short. In many cultures spring has been celebrated with rites and festivals revolving around its importance in food production. In the Europe languages, the concept of spring is associated with the sowing of crops. Before spring had been called spring it had really been known as Lent or Lenten. The word spring has been used for the season since the 16th country. Before it had been used for centuries to apply to the source of a river. Some days in spring may be cold enough to snow, and some days it is warm enough to sit outside. In spring months it can also be awfully windy, the weather varies through spring around the world.