Ha ha PB ... you'll learn! Wild cherry blossom? Bluebells Marsh marigold Celandine maybe?
Waiting to be corrected!
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Taken at Lackford Lakes yesterday, spring is here
A flowering cherry in my neighbour's garden with a magnolia in the background. Everything looks so normal outside but we know that it isn't.
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A recent sequence of Marsh Marigolds that unfortunately I now have had the time to put through Photoshop
And the end result
Well, I managed to get these of the daffs just before the lockdown.
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In reply to Mike B:
In reply to tony:
Tony T said:I recognise that place Mike, we've called in there when been to gigs at NEC on way home. Our diffs are starting to go over, been out for a few weeks now.
It's St Michael's Church, Baddesley Clinton, which isn't far from the NEC.
Sadly, I've missed the best conditions due to the lockdown. It's likely I'll miss the bluebells there because they're due around the end of the lockdown, assuming it isn't extended.
These are my last spring flowery shots, although strictly speaking Gorse can flower at any time of year, it was putting on quite a show a week or so ago
Not having even a trace of a botanical bone in my body I'm guessing that the next shots are of Blackthorn blossom.
Some from the garden a a couple of days ago.
A common periwinkle, which is basically a weed, so enjoy the flower, once lockdown is over, it's days will be numbered....
and the primula
The Red Robin looking good in the sunshine....
Cherry Blossom Buds
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