As you know, spring is one of the four seasons, and it comes after winter in the seasonal cycle of weather. Spring marks the start of summer in the Northern Hemisphere and autumn in the Southern Hemisphere and comprises March, April, and May in both U.S. customary and many other modern calendars.
In meteorology, spring is defined as beginning on March 1st or February 22nd depending on your location in the United States due to meteorological usage of central heating and air conditioning units using fixed-cycle schedules designed to accommodate temperatures typical of an average of the coldest month of winter.
Green Fence – Plant
A green fence is the perfect way to add a touch of nature to your home without having to worry about maintenance. Plus, it’s a great way to add privacy and security to your property. Daffodils – Plant: Daffodils are such a welcome sight in spring! They bring fresh life and color into your space with their bright yellow petals.
Spring Hydrangeas – Plant: The best part about spring hydrangeas is that they bloom all season long so you can enjoy them from March through May.
Leafy Magnolia Tree – Plant: Add some extra height with this leafy magnolia tree that will grow up to 10 feet tall in the space of two years!
Ready for Action – Businessman
This is the perfect background for anyone who wants to look like they mean business. The image is of a well-dressed man in front of a cityscape, and it gives off an air of professionalism and success. Plus, the muted colors won’t be distracting during your next big meeting.
Sharing Space – Kids: If you’re looking for something that’s playful and bright, this background has got you covered. It features two children with their arms outstretched on either side of them as they gaze at the camera with big smiles on their faces.
Looking Up – Woman with Shovel
One of the best things about spring is all of the new growth that happens after a long winter. This image features a woman looking up at the sky with a shovel in hand, surrounded by fields that are just starting to bloom. It’s the perfect reminder that no matter how dark and cold things may seem, there is always hope for new beginnings. And what better way to capture this change than with our next set of images?
Saying Hello – Woman on Tiptoes
We’re almost a month into spring, and it’s been a long one. If you’re feeling the effects of cabin fever, you’re not alone. One of the best ways to fight the blues is by getting outside, even if it’s just for a few minutes. But if you can’t get out, why not bring the outdoors in? A great way to do that is by using a Zoom background featuring fields abloom or other seasonal views. Here are eight of our favorites. They come in a variety of sizes so they’ll work on any size monitor, laptop or tablet.
Beautiful Flowers – Vase of Flowers
A beautiful bouquet of flowers is the perfect way to show your loved ones how much you care. But what if you don’t have time to go to the store and pick out a bouquet? That’s where these beautiful backgrounds come in. Just set one of these as your virtual background on Zoom and you’ll instantly be surrounded by a gorgeous field of flowers.
The Sweet Life – Eiffel Tower
The Eiffel Tower is an icon of Paris and a symbol of love. What better way to show your affection for someone than by sharing a photo of the Eiffel Tower in all its glory? This beautiful background is perfect for a date night or even just a video call with friends. Give them a glimpse of what it’s like to travel around the world!
One Day Photography – Forest: Not only will this beautiful forest backdrop bring you back to simpler times, but it will also give you some peace and tranquillity during these chaotic days. It’s also available as an animated background that transitions between seasons, which can be found here!
Lucky Clover Co. – Rose Garden: Roses are said to represent true love and happiness, so why not frame that romantic picture with roses in bloom? Whether you’re on a first date or married for 50 years, this one has meaning no matter who you are!
Miniature Golf – All About Fun
What is miniature golf? It’s a smaller version of regular golf, played on a course with obstacles. The game is also known as minigolf, mini-golf, or putt-putt. It’s a fun activity for all ages, and it’s a great way to get some exercise. Plus, you’ll probably be too busy trying to avoid the hazards to care about calories burned!
Poppies in Blossom – Flower Field
Is there anything more cheerful than a field of flowers in bloom? This Zoom background features a beautiful landscape of poppies in full bloom, adding a touch of springtime beauty to your next meeting.