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Fair-handed Spring

Along these blushing borders bright with dew,
And in yon mingled wilderness of flowers,
Fair-handed Spring unbosoms every grace –
Throws out the snowdrop and the crocus first
~ James Thomson, ‘Spring’, The Seasons

Nature

Where There Is Light (3 IMAGES)

Without Light
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there would be
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no Life
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These images of Crocuses were captured yesterday in my garden.  They are the same flowers, shot from different angles and distances.   187 more words

Photography

Spring is round the corner

Snowdrops and Iris reticulata

Some of the early snowdrops are looking a little the worse for wear but many are still putting on a grand display despite (or perhaps because of) the winter chill. 380 more words

Snowdrops

First Crocus

The first of Mrs. Hoge’s crocuses of the season popped up in the yard at stately Hoge Manor this morning.

Mrs. Hoge

February 19

Crocus

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The calendar whispers,

“it is still winter here

in the northern hemisphere.”

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The warm air envelopes

encouraging the soft hum of bees buzzing… 20 more words

Winter

Never a Dull Moment: Top Blooms for February

The February garden is dominated by the usual seasonal stalwarts, the snowdrops, the witch hazels and, now gradually coming on board, the hellebores. There are too many of each to list the top ten but above are a selection of hellebores, still not yet at their best (‘Double Lime’, ‘White Spotted Lady’ and ‘Harvington Double White’) and below is ‘Ginns Imperati’, one of the many snowdrops bobbing about in the snowdrop border: 273 more words

Gardens

Rainy Day

It was a beautiful day for a walk at Brookgreen Gardens even with an umbrella. ☔

Do you ever take a walk on a rainy day? ☂

Photography