Churchyards look at their prime at this magical time

Thursday, March 16, 2017

wild flowers in the church yard in spring
Church yards look so inviting at this time of year with the winter and spring bulbs in bloom, it's so enchanting to see. The rest of the year by comparison they look rather stark and uninviting. With the promise of snowdrops, daffodils, violets and crocuses (and who knows what else, maybe blossom) I can be persuaded to perambulate around  for a little while.
wild flowers in the church yard in spring

 Lovely to see some crocuses sneaking through.
wild flowers in the church yard in spring
 Double frilly daffs! Aren't they pleasant!
wild flowers in the church yard in spring

wild flowers in the church yard in spring

wild flowers in the church yard in spring


wild flowers in the church yard in spring

wild flowers in the church yard in spring
Do you ever take in the natural beauty in your local churchyard?
Sophie

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4 comments

  1. No but you have made me think to do this as there are two pretty old churches nearish to me that I've never visited.x

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  2. P.S. Perambulate is the most hilariously quaint and archaic word! Jolly nice to see it being used in modern prose!

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  3. Farndon churchyard here is a mass of forget me not shortly, I hope, when I take an organised walk round there! The cemetery here is beautiful at the moment

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  4. I haven't been in our local churchyard for some time. They have loads of primroses in a variety of colours. It looks so pretty.

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