Six Word Saturday: The first signs of Spring, perhaps?

Not my best image from Wisley….but you get the idea, yes?

linked to Six Word Saturday here

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24 comments

  1. So optimistic, thank you!

  2. Daffodils out in Beetley. Bright sunshine again too.
    (But I am not foolled…)
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Yeah, I get the idea, but I won’t get the blossom anytime soon, for sure. It snowed heavily here most of yesterday, adding to the foot and a half already on the ground. Ick.

  4. Indeed we do! 🙂 We went for a long, sunny walk in Overstrand on the North Norfolk coast yesterday and I was amazed to see so many signs of spring here and there in sheltered places. Hope you have glorious sunshine today too! Xx

  5. We are definitely simpatico today, Sue!! 🙂

    janet

  6. A neighbour is back in England for a week and I’m feeding her cat. I spied irises and crocuses in her front garden, Sue. 🙂 🙂

  7. I’m delighted at your onset of spring. I just hope it’s still in its prime in six weeks!

  8. It’s so lovely when spring starts springing, isn’t it?

  9. Lovely image for your six-word intro.

  10. Beautiful against that blue sky

  11. Definitely! Yesterday I walking along and was hit by the heady fragrance of Daphne, but couldn’t see it anywhere!

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