I took a trip to a local wood for one of the most beautiful blooms of the season, the bluebell. The woodland floor was covered although I did not go at the best time of day for photographs in terms of light levels. Never the less it was a wonderful trip out and in addition to the bluebells, wood anemone and dogs mercury litter the woodland floor.
It's hard to think of it as Spring still as we have had such lovely hot and sunny weather for a while now and as a result everything has put on a growing spurt.
Most of the trees are now in leaf and many are coming into flower. Ash trees are always one of the last trees to flush in Spring but soon their delicate leaflets will emerge fully.
The next thing I am looking forward to is the beautiful fragrance wafting off the lime trees outside the front of our house. Winter, although not that long ago, is starting to seem a distant memory.
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Thursday, 21 April 2011
Wednesday, 13 April 2011
I have been out and about with my camera a lot in the past few weeks trying to record the arrival of Spring. We have had a very warm and sunny Spring in my neck of the woods; throughout the surrounding countryside and within my own garden new leaf growth and flowers blooming bring vibrant colour to each day. Above is a collage of many of the plants and trees in flower and leaf in my garden at present.