Pink blossom, hopelessly romantic?
Or sickly sweet like candy floss?
Whatever you think, and I find them far too frou-frou, I reckon we all cannot fail but to be impressed by this sight against a blue sky.
Finally a fine weekend is forecast, which will make a pleasant change, especially for a bank holiday weekend. Be sure to spend as much time as possible outside, that’s certainly my plan. D.
Spring? Or spring? I wondered. Just in case …..
A spring of sorts, not exactly sure what sort, but a spring I dug up at my old garden. I guess it is off an old farm machine of some form. I rather like its coiled shape and dark rusty colour.
I placed it amongst the flowers in the raised bed containing Spring flowers of Lace cap primroses and dwarf daffodils. Covering all the options, job done.
Lace cap primroses picking up the dark rusty tones of the spring.
Today has been a beautiful sunny day. Alas the forecast is for rain over the next few days. I hope any precipitation will not dampen your spirits and you will have a lovely Easter.
Other “spring” ideas are available to view at https://daffodilwild.wordpress.com do take a look.
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