Spring Time Pastels
Glorious sunshine, budding trees, blossom, blue skies and a long-tailed tit. That’s my perfect picture of springtime!
ShareMondays 2018: Spring Has Sprung
A complete change of seasons in less than a week! The previous Friday, RHS Wisley Gardens was blanketed in snow as Storm Emma blew through. They even had to close early as paths became dangerously icy! On Wednesday last week the gardens were full of glorious colour. The croci have survived the storms and snow providing a beautiful patchwork of purples across the conifer lawn. I’m sharing this as part of Share Mondays 2018, a hashtag on Twitter that is used by photographers to share a moment from the past week. Each week a winner is chosen by the previous week’s winner. It’s a great way to connect with other photographers and get a snapshot of what’s been happening around the country and beyond.
Blue Monday: Signs Of Spring
I returned to the carpark at RHS Wisley Gardens on Sunday morning after the snow had all melted. The fieldfare had all gone, presumably back to the orchard fields on the exposed hillside. Hardly any fruit remained on the trees out by the main entrance so most of the birds were around the side of the shop where staff have a number of feeders out. The blue tits were out in force and I really enjoyed watching them flitting in and out of the shrubs. After the recent cold, I was reminded that it is now meteorological Spring by the sight of fresh green leaves and buds on the branches. Hopefully this will be a bright contrast to many snow images in this week’s Fotospeed challenge!
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