The last few blog posts were scheduled last weekend, and they show a sunny, early spring kind of feel. However what has actually happened since I took those photos is the weather taking a more wintry turn. We have had snow and strong winds which have transformed my village with deep snow drifts. It’s reallyContinue reading “Snow Drifts”
Well, I posted a little while back about snowdrops through the years, but I hadn’t posted any photos from this year yet. So, here are this some of this year’s lovely snowdrops 🙂 Looking forward to seeing more spring flowers coming soon.
It has been a difficult month with some trials and tribulations coming our way. Hopefully we are moving forward to more positive times as 2018 approaches. I hope that the new year brings good things for all my readers, and I hope you have a peaceful and enjoyable time with the festivities that come before.Continue reading “Merry Christmas”
Today I awoke to a sprinkling of snow and/or hail. The weather has been decidedly wintry lately, though we haven’t had a good snowfall, just a sprinkling here and there. The pond is frozen over and it’s very chilly. I went out to have a look and see what I could see (as I do!)Continue reading “Icy Bug’s Eye View”
Well usually I post here on the weekend when I have had a chance to go out and see what is happening in nature… but today I thought I’d drop in with a weather update. I woke up this morning and looked blearily out of the window, expecting to see cloud and rain, and wasContinue reading “Snow!”
This is the last of my photos from last weekend, some pretty Erica flowers with the remains of the snow still on them. With the white and pink colours they remind me of candy 🙂
Mother Nature’s moodswings as violent as my own she is weeping and wailing her tears pour down my window pane her cries whistle round the chimney such confusion it should be spring but she is so cold and alone nothing makes sense in this mixed up world the gentle warmth of spring sunshine is forgottenContinue reading “nature weeps”
For today’s photos from my weekend walks, here is some gorse. As you can see by the number of photos I was drawn back to the gorse again and again! I love the look of droplets on gorse and the reflections I was getting, and the spikes are really cool too. Enjoy!
s n f o l w a k e s fall u n e x p e c t e d l y big wet fat flakes s m o t h e r i n g spring crocuses and turning the world back to w i n t e r wContinue reading “snow”
It’s amazing how the buds are there growing, unaffected by the snow covering them. They just get on with it preparing for the spring with no doubt that it will come.