It happens every year but sometimes it doesnt last long....not more wood stoves...please...no
so loverly! shivery. In a very good way.i continue to be amazed at what the gulf stream does for your climate, compared to ours (as i noted in my response to your very nice comment yesterday) in that we you are, i believe, even slightly further north on the globe than we are.
Ooh, like a painting or wall hangina/quilt! I love the way you do your collages, Lucy.As for spring here, it teases then hides again, mostly hides. We just had more snow in the mountains last night, half-way down and it's cold and rainy down here. Sigh.
Spam alert!!!Lovely green watery mmmmWV - lentsleb
You're so good at this..
Oh, oh! love this!
Imaginative way of using all those delightful images we collect at this time of the year - I have been roaming the bluebell woods (early this year) and have lots of pics - think I will try this with a "blue" theme.
But this year it seems more welcome because it is later than ususal and the winter was such a bitch.
Wow, that's spectacular!
... sort of like a calm Kandinsky ...
This is so dreamily real. I love it. I love spring and green and the bare tree in the corners, too.
This is quite simply stunning - I just came to your blog for the first time and as the page came up I said 'Wow!' out loud!
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