Driving rain, snow and unseasonable cold seemed incongruous with the brilliant blossoms, greenery on and around Temple Square and the Conference Center block during conference weekend.
The contrast seemed to symbolize the peace and spiritual renewal of general conference in stark relief against the turmoil of war and other problems worldwide.
President Gordon B. Hinckley, followed by counselors President Thomas S. Monson and President James E. Faust leave Sunday morning session.
Conference-goers leave Sunday morning session.
Umbrellas are plentiful as members leave session Saturday afternoon.
Jared Hernandez of Mexico listens intently to conference.
Lupi Lapuaho stays warm listening outdoors to Saturday morning session.
Crisp showers make crisp flowers, and despite inclement weather, members attended from around United States and many other countries.
"I hope that everyone who has participated in this great conference has been touched for good, that each of us is a better man or woman for our experience together these past two days."
— President Gordon B. Hinckley