Saturday, 7 April 2018

Wild Spring Flowers

Spring has definitely sprung now. 
These images are as a result of my first outing after a successful eye operation.
I visit this location every spring as firstly it has a carpet of Wood Anemones and numerous bunches of Primroses and a few Wood Violets. Later it will be covered in Bluebells.
























I sent the image below to a dear family friend to see if it reminded her of anything, having regard to the shape of this bunch of Wood Anemones can you guess which country she lives in.




20 comments:

  1. Good to see you're back and with a lovely selection of spring flowers too.

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  2. We don't see any wood anemones round here, instead the cemetery gets carpets of saxifrage. Which are equally beautiful

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    1. Thanks Simon. They only grow on an east abolished basis in ancient woodland.

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  3. Welcome back Roy.
    A lovely Spring bouquet you've given us there...and not a raindrop in sight!!
    Shouldn't that last image be upside down?!....[;o)

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    1. Thanks Trevor. Ah!, I knew you would get it. :))

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  4. Spring comes slowly, bringing nature back to life.
    How beautiful are the flowering fields.
    Wonderful photos.
    Greetings
    Maria de
    Divagar Sobre Tudo um Pouco

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  5. How wonderful! I love the anemones. Spring is a little bit late here, but in a few weeks we should have anemones as well.

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    1. Thanks Gunilla, I think spring late everywhere this year.

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  6. ¡Espectacular! Enhorabuena. Saludos.

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  7. Great photographing.

    I wish You all the best.
    Greeting and hug.

    From Japan, ruma ❃

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  8. Hi Roy,
    I am glad that it is finally spring.
    You have given a beautiful ode to the spring flowers.
    Very nice photographed :-)

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  9. Hi Roy

    hope the eye went ok!

    I do like Spring probably my favourite time of year!

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    1. Hi Pete, yes the eye surgery went very well thanks.
      I like Spring as well and it doesn't look like I have missed very much of it so far.

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