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Carpet of snowdrops at Painswick Rococo Garden, Gloucestershire, UK (2014). Snowdrops are one of the first flowers to emerge in full force at the end of winter. A few days ago I strolled through a local garden and saw clusters … Continue reading
Castlestead and Scenery near Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom. Greetings from Northern England! I am happy to report that the Hubster’s and my British visas were extended for a few more years, so we decided to spend that time experiencing a … Continue reading
In a lavender field at Cotswold Lavender, Snowshill, Gloucestershire, UK. I don’t know if these two people are a couple, because I only saw them in the fields taking photos together. However, romantic that I am, I imagine that I … Continue reading
A tiny fly blowing a bubble while standing on top of a tiny bud on a flowering tree. I tried to find out what kind of flowering tree and what kind of fly by looking through images on the Internet, but … Continue reading
Generally, dandelions are not considered welcomed garden residents. This is true in my garden, but dandelions still manage to thrive during my spates of neglect. Such was the case recently, so I took advantage of the dandelions’ presence and took … Continue reading
English Bluebells atop Broom Hill near Soudley in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. Last week I visited the Forest of Dean with the hope that I would enjoy the experience of walking through a forest blanketed in English … Continue reading
Broom Hill (near Soudley), Forest of Dean, England. I wanted to be able to title this post as something relating to English bluebells, because the bluebell-blanketed forest is what was sought. But weather has not been on the bluebells’ side this … Continue reading
It’s amazing how much one can appreciate sunshine after long stretches of overcast days. Last year, it seemed like spring just appeared one day and brought with it milder weather. Winter was over. Or at least that’s how my highly … Continue reading
May we all be so lucky. And may love be in all our hearts on this Valentine’s Day.