These photographs were taken from my doorstep yesterday morning. The occasion was enhanced by the early Spring sunshine. I was more fortunate than Robert Browning – I was there, not abroad!
Filed under Colour, Nature, photography, Poem, Sunlight, Thoughts, Trees, Uncategorized
Tagged as lambing, new life, Robert Browning, spring
What fortune, not only to be in England, but to be exactly where you are, and to have the sensitivity to really appreciate what’s right there in front of you. (Now, can we s-t-r-e-t-c-h this month out?).
Early Spring is such a delightful time – so much new life and the promise of things to come. I like the idea of stretching it out . . .. …..
There’s nowhere quite like England in the spring!
A wonderful time – especially when the weather behaves!
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