Saturday, April 8, 2017

08/04/2017 Still more photos on yesterday's walk, and three at the end from today.

Maximum temperature 24C, minimum 5C.  13 kmh SE wind.   Dry.
Framed! Ha ha.

Orange tip - Anthocaris cardamines -Two males and one female with one aim in life.  Yes one did win her soon after this photo.


Lilac outside someones garden.

Narcissus by the side of the road.

Plantain.

Please think of me.

Purple dead nettle (I think).

Walking past our local chateau...

and their dam.

Back home today the tulip has opened.

The white bells are in full flower.

Market day today so we had fresh oysters and cider for lunch.

16 comments:

  1. A lovely collection of photos Rhodesia. I particularly liked the little lamb. Thank you for sharing and for visiting me today. I have enjoyed my visit here.

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    1. Thanks Denise for the kind comment, that lamb was very cute :-) Glad you enjoyed your visit, Have a good day Diane

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous, Diane! I love the little lamb...and that heart shaped nose, and yes, he looks framed! Thank you so much for sharing all this beauty.

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    1. Ha ha a very inquisitive lamb, usully they run to Mum for comfort when I get close. Have a fab week Diane

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  3. Beautiful pics. Looks so sunny and bright there. Thanks for sharing the pics. I am in sick today with head crap and although I wanted to be out I stayed in.

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    1. The weather is magical and looks like it will remain for another couple of days before the temps drop again. Hope the head soon gets sorted. I used to get migraines so I feel for you. Diane

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  4. Awesome lamb photo! Gorgeous flowers!

    Blessings and hugs!

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    1. Thanks Doniene a very inquisitive lamb :-)) Keep well hugs Diane

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    1. All done for me :-))) Thanks and keep well Diane

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  6. You have framed the little lamb! You live in a beautiful place.

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    1. The countryside here is gorgeous and we are very blessed to live here. Thanks Nancy Diane

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  7. Fresh oysters have never been a great favourite of mine. I have tried them fairly often since others seem to enjoy them so much, but I really can't get used to them.

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    1. I think you either love or hate them, we both love them :-) Diane

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  8. Adorable lamb. The lilacs are blooming here too and I just can't get enough of their smell.

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    1. It was very cute and inquisitive :-)) Sadly we have no lilac in the garden, but the choisya ternata is strong enough to be smelt all over our garden instead. Diane

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