Hailstones and gales are not ideal for the first day of spring (still we have it better than some!). No gardening on the menu today. So I thought I’d share some photographs I took a couple of weeks ago on a walk around our village.
The last winter fringe days are an entanglement of twigs and branches; buff landscapes punctuated by evergreens. But, if you look carefully there is still colour to be found – an ageing scarlet tractor spied through a hedge, mustard yellow lichen on dry stone walls, a bright signpost, and the fading orange skeleton of the Chinese Lantern flower.
Wishing you a peaceful weekend.