In the sunshine in late March

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside
My, my, my, the weekend was so sunny! In a short interim break from our spring toil at the allotment we took a stroll and a bite to eat out to soak up the midday sun. It felt as wonderful as it sounds. I took a few snaps of the new growth and the pretty little things which caught my eye.
spring photography in the Norfolk countryside
Even the dead nettles looked pretty to me; nestled in the lush shoots of grass.
spring photography in the Norfolk countryside
A lot of these bright and cheerful flowers which I see every year but reliably fail to remember the name of.
spring photography in the Norfolk countryside

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside
The teeny, tiny little wildflowers are starting to appear everywhere. It's heartening. And blackthorn blossom - come on you little busy bees, we want sloes!
spring photography in the Norfolk countryside

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside
Two lime green butterflies zipped past me, leaving no opportunity to get a picture but this sunbather was happy to pose a while.
spring photography in the Norfolk countryside

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside

spring photography in the Norfolk countryside
Wowee, this heavenly pink fluffy blossom is a beauty against this blue sky.
Spring is delivering so much already!
Sophie

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4 comments

  1. There certainly are some wonderful flowers around at the moment!

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  2. The sunny days truly were beautiful, weren't they! Lovely pics of the life that is coming out now :)

    Lii
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  3. lesser celandine are the yellow ones, I think I spy ivy leaved toadflax as well

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  4. Lime green butterfly would be the brimstone a real indicator of spring, one of the first butterfly's of the year Awesome

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