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Spring is definitely on its way

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Hi all

Hope your day has been good so far. I went out on a short walk with hubby this afternoon and there was some sea swell, shows we had strong winds lately.

Also, I noticed the the Hydrangea leaves have come out already and I spotted some Whitebells, now they are very early. The bottom left photo shows a bank of Snowdrops, they certainly were in abundance.

Stay safe and well.


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Niao profile image

It certainly is! Can’t wait, my favourite Season I think, though Autumn's a very close contestant! Beautiful photos, as always, thank youπŸ˜ŠπŸ’•

in reply to Niao

Thank you. It's definitely my favourite season as the day are getting longer, it's getting warmer and everything is coming to life🌸🌸🌈

RoadRunner44 profile image

Seeing all of this is so uplifting and to realise that nature carries on regardless.Lovely photos Alicia.

in reply to RoadRunner44

Thank you, nature is so wonderful and it just keeps on giving.πŸ˜ŠπŸŒΈπŸŒˆπŸ™

springcross profile image

Lovely, cf. Thanks for sharing. xx

in reply to springcross

Thank you xxπŸ™πŸ™

Bkin profile image

Wonderful pictures, thanks for sharing them here :) xox

in reply to Bkin

Thank you very much πŸŒˆπŸ™ xx

Hi Jerry

Thank you, it was a short walk but it's amazing what you see on a short walk. Yes the sea was and there were loads of surfers in the sea. We've had a lit of wind and rain these past couple of days hence the sea.

Hope you're evening is going well

Take care and stay safe and well.


Definitely Alicia! Thanks for sharing these lovely reminders!

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Thank you Sue, got to love Spring 🌸🌸🌴

BabsyWabsy profile image

I think your white bells is something called three cornered leek. The stems are triangular and smell and taste rather like wild garlic. It is edible.

in reply to BabsyWabsy

Yes when I looked online it actually mentioned garlic. Isn't it amazing how much you can eat off the land😊

kablea profile image

Up in Derbyshire, we had a blackbird and a chaffinch singing yesterday. There are also catkins on the alders as well as snowdrops. The daffodils are in bud

in reply to kablea

I love Blackbirds and I also live Derbyshire, we holiday there every year now. So lovely to see everything budding.πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

diana1998 profile image
diana1998 in reply to

My cousins live in Matlock. Good walks there Alicia!

Cheeky squirrel on bird swing! What a nerve! 😜
in reply to diana1998

Love Derbyshire.

Love your photo πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

Big_Dee profile image

Hello crazyfitness

Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow so we have 3 more weeks of winter. It was -23 C here last week, I am ready. :)

in reply to Big_Dee

It's not far away. My goodness, they did report the temperatures being record lows in parts of the UK. Thank goodness it's milderπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

Williemom profile image

Lovely as usual......πŸ˜žπŸŒˆπŸŒ»πŸ’š

in reply to Williemom

Thank you πŸ™πŸ™

winabago profile image

I always enjoy your photos.

in reply to winabago

Thank you πŸ™πŸ™

diana1998 profile image

Everything with you is very advanced as you are so much warmer. Daffs are just appearing but our big hydrangea is only in tight bud!

in reply to diana1998

That's the good thing with Devon but we are quite damp down here. Daffs have been out here for quite a while now but sounds like your Hydrangea won't be longπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

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