The local Bluebells are out and, as usual there is a mixture of colours from Deep blue to white.
A close-up of a single Tulip taken a few days ago.
A few more shots taken earlier this week, three images of Snake’s Head Fritillaries.
All the Narcissi in our garden are now in bloom, these are shots of dual coloured, double flowered Narcissi, different from the more usual trumpet shaped daffodils.
Yesterday was the first chance I’ve had to take any photos of of the Spring flowers, bulbs, naturalised in our front lawn. Here are a few Croci.
Back in action after quite a while due to me upgrading my Hosting account.
Four shots of some of this year’s Snowdrops, one double and the rest singles.
Three shots taken yesterday afternoon in what were the grounds of a demolished fever hospital. These Bluebells have colonised a few areas of the grounds and these photos were all taken from low down with a wide angle zoom lens on the camera.
Some shots of Tulips again, these growing in our garden. They flowerrs have not been as good as they are normally, probably due to the cool, wet Spring we’re having.
Some Tulips from a group growing on our front lawn.
Ribes sanguineum, more commomnly known as Flowering Current, groups of delicate pink and white flowers, one of the signs that Spring is with us.