Such a late spring.
Grey, brown and black.
Everything seemed to happen at once!
I hope to post more pictures from my garden, and from the local park, during the rest of the week.
Rejoice! The clocks have gone forward and it’s going to be lighter this evening. However, it still feels too cold for this time of year, and I’m told we’re going to be plunged back into wintry weather next week. So I was anxious to get out for a walk this afternoon; I hope these images will keep up my spirits on the journey to work in the morning!
After a few days of sub-zero temperatures, the garden is starting to thaw out. Green is making a welcome comeback, spiking sharply through the dwindling snow. Smooth pebbles gleam. Fog hovers protectively.
There’s more birdsong today. A sense of spring, waiting. Just out of sight.
Seen yesterday. And now I feel that spring is close.
Recovery continues: today I ventured outside to tackle the
I planted some allium bulbs, which have been hanging around the house for some weeks. It seems terribly late, but I hope to salvage something from them. When I’d finished, my fingers felt as if they’d turned to steel!
The photographs were taken at Alnwick Castle Gardens last year. A wonderful place for ideas and inspiration!