So green and lush!Beautiful photos, especially the first with the sunlight on the water.Lisa
I do enjoy a woodland walk!
Beautiful - that tree over the stream is alluring isn't it - I have an urge to cross over it.The first bluebell too. Lovelyxhttp://www.english-country-garden.com/flowers/garlic-mustard.htm
Beautiful! Ours was nice and warm and I was able to work outside in the garden.
It couldn't have been much more beautiful than that, since you are surrounded by such wonderful nature.
Thanks for taking me on your walk. The weather was perfect at the weekend and everything is springing to life again. xx
Oh the first bluebell. I haven't been on a good walk since I've been home. Today looks good and number one son has a day off. Pippa x
Woodland walks are so lovely Diana. My son has just told me of a wood none of us knew existed right in Truro so off to investigate soon. Happy week to you xx
What gorgeous pictures, I felt like I was on the walk with you!Have a lovely Easter-love Lou xxx
Wonderful photos. I love woods, we strolled through our local ones on Sunday morning and noticed the tiny leaves of the Dog's Tooth Violets were pushing through..... them Sunday night we got five inches of snow from a late season storm! Oh well, it won't last.
You always take such wonderful photos Diana. Like Simone, I always enjoy a woodland walk. x
Thank you for the encouragement ... I bought my first cutting mat today, and so look forward to experimenting very soon with that X-acto knife. See what I can crop and re-assemble.Cheers!
So beautiful. Hope book & gift was received, can't wait to book talk with you!
Such beautiful photo's Diana.
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