In a workplace kitchen.
Square with circles Exeter High street.
I’m joining Debbie for Six Word Saturday
There’s something about transitions and thresholds that I find fascinating, yet I can’t pinpoint it. Walking the dogs today, I saw this very handsome, but still very sleepy tree.
Then further across the fields I spy this blossom.
Last year’s oak leaves hanging on.
This little wood wasn’t here the last time I came to Eastern fields.
Hooray for hawthorn, creamy flowers in May, Hawthorn Jelly later in summer.
The tops of these trees are waking up, I must re-learn the tree names that I knew in infant school.
Oh the limitations of a phone camera!
A serpent awakening?
Let’s end with damsons – or sloes?
We’re all observing the late arrival of spring in the UK, and this is my second post for ‘Awakening’, this weeks photo challenge.
I don’t often get gloomy, but right now I’m in a bit of a low mood. Several of the people in my world have been struggling with things for a while and today they are on my mind.
This time last year was a period of loss, and we all know that anniversary’s are powerful.
I took this photo on this morning’s walk by the river, and the sun came out soon after. The good thing is a slight rise in temperature has improved my energy level, so I expect I’ll bounce back tomorrow.
Have a good week everyone.
Squares of primrose, lichen, blossom, bark.
Just what am I supposed to do with this?
Apparently my toys are more fun than his!
Despite the fact that I returned from a dog walk cold to my bones, there is evidence a plenty that it’s spring. I found this pretty square in King George V park this morning and it cheered me up.
My penultimate offering for Becky’s March challenge.