Out and about

April 27th


This time of year when the colours burst out it's like an awakening from hibernation.  Nature is so clever and I love where I live.  Take a stroll with me in the fields around our village...


YELLOW
Rape fields start green and slowy slowy become more yellow...




BLUE

Who can resist a bluebell walk?









DUSK








Here in the south of England for the past two days our temperature has dropped and we've truly had all the seasons not just within the day but within a couple of hours. Fire is lit again and the heating has had to be cranked up   Brrr, hoping for the return of a warmer Spring ...

♥  Happy 'hump' day to you all  ♥

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  1. WE had to turn up the heat again today in the Pacific Northwest, too! Love your color coordinated photos!

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    1. Just how odd is the world weather these days Ellen?

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  2. I so want to live near sheep, so I could take their photos all the time. You have given us beautiful pictures to look at, stay warm!
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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    1. Meredith they were totally mesmerising. I stayed with them for about half an hour. We just stood there occasionally moving and staring at each other. It was fun

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  3. Lovely photos! I'm in Sussex and yesterday, we had sun, sleet,snow & rain.

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    1. How bonkers is that June!!! Hoping the weather sorts itself out quickly

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  4. Your photographs are lovely Selma. I was only saying yesterday that we seem to be having all seasons in one day. We went for a walk on Monday and what I initially thought was blossom falling from the trees turned out to be snow. X

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    1. Oh wow. Not surprised you though blossom was falling as that would be more in line with expectations. Such strange weather Jules indeed

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  5. We had sun, rain sleet hail and snow yesterday and we too have lit the stove and the heating turned up, we haven't turned it off yet this year. Beautiful walks, I loved the stroll you took us on through the bluebells, stunning.

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    1. I just cannot get warm at the moment. Think it might be psychological actually because I had hoped we had turned the corner into Spring and summer mamamercantile

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  6. Yes it's freezing isn't it and everything's has stopped growing, apart from the bluebells. It's been a really good year for bluebells hasn't it. Great photos Selma x

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    1. It has Karen. I think this is the best bluebell year I can remember

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  7. Wonderful colours! It really has been so cold hasn't it! Let us hope it soon warms up again!!!

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    1. I hope it does Amy. I just can't warm up

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  8. Love the bluebells, and though the rape flowers are pretty they always make me sneeze my head off.

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    1. The rape seems to affect a lot of people Janet. You're not alone x

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  9. Love those sheep. Particularly the one who appears to be photobombing. Fabulous!

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    1. Thanks Amalia I really enjoyed that evening and the sheep were so friendly

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