Saturday, 10 March 2012

Sprung!



I don’t know what to blog about – so I thought I’d post a photo that I took today instead.

What a lovely day it’s been. Warm and sunny. A perfect spring day really.

Indy enjoyed his romp round the woods.



26 comments:

  1. Lovely! The trouble with March and April is that you never know what sort of weather you're going to get from one moment to the next. Today has been very spring-like. I'm itching to do stuff in the garden now. First weeding - the 'bitter cress' is popping through in abundance already - then sowing lots of wild flower meadow seeds amongst the other plants in my borders. Slugs permitting, it should look lovely.

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  2. Tersa, what a beautiful photo. It sums up perfectly what is ( or can be) lovely about England at this time of year.

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  3. A beautiful Spring picture, Teresa, full of new light and expectation.

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  4. Very true, Jacula - I went out with my fleecy lined jacket on and got too warm. A couple of days ago I was shivering.
    I bet your wild flowers will look beautiful x

    It's that patch of blue sky above the trees, Frances - the promise of things to come I think x

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  5. Thank you, Caroline and Joanna - you must have posted your comments while I was posting mine :-) x

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  6. Beautiful picture Teresa, similar to woods I walk in. I bet you have a story lurking after that.

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  7. Hi Teresa. I wish I could just step into that picture and go for a walk. It looks lovely :-)

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  8. Lovely picture - makes me want to join Indy in seeing what's around the corner.

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  9. Lovely photo, Teresa.
    Started off wet and windy here but improved this afternoon. Still not as good as your weather though.
    Maybe tomorrow...

    xxPat

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  10. Fabulous photo Teresa. I adore this time of year with the promise of all that is to come (even if Moody March keeps breaking that promise!) including the lighter nights. Heating down and windows open yesterday - fantastic! :o)xx

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  11. Warm and sunny here too. Looking forward to more time outdoors after the long, dark winter evenings. Lovely to see Indy enjoying himeself.

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  12. Sometimes, all you need is a photograph. This one says so much.

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  13. I will eventually, Susan ;-) x

    It was lovely, Diane and for once I managed to capture it in a picture x

    There was a rather cute little KC Spaniel round the corner, Patsy which I think pleased Indy x

    Hope you get some lovely weather, Pat, goodness knows we could all do with some sunshine x

    Moody March - what a lovely expression, Sue x

    Glad you got it too, Joanne (as for the other thing I didn't even notice till you pointed it out):-) x

    Thanks, Martin x

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  14. I bought a plant fromB and Q last week so spring must be on its way. It takes a bit longer to get up here, though.

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  15. Oh that trail looks wonderful!! And Indy is adorable - he looks so excited and happy to be out and about! I love love love spring - birds singing, lighter evenings, bulbs sprouting! It's a wonderful time! Take care
    x

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  16. The garden centre is calling me too, Marian x

    It's my favourite season, Kitty - I think Indy was just glad not to have cold muddy feet for a change x

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  17. That' s a really lovely photo, Teresa - I love the quality of light through the trees.

    Did you know about this photographic contest? http://visitwoods.org.uk/en/visit-woods/things-to-do/Pages/british-wildlife-photography-awards.aspx

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  18. Thanks for the link, Rosemary. I had a look and some of the previous winners are absolutely stunning - or should I say, all of them! x

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  19. A picture tells a thousand words indeed Teresa! The woods near us are similar and when the light is right and the season on the cusp - it is impossible not to take a picture. It was certainly a beautiful weekend which we spent in the Cotswolds as it happens :-)

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  20. A weekend in the Cotswolds sounds lovely, Deborah x

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  21. Ah! Good old English weather! Makes me yearn for the homeland...

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  22. Hi Teresa and hi Indy,
    Yes, tis I, Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet star, taking over my human's keyboard.
    Ah yes, such a lovely start to the almost spring. Today was another delightful day. Looking at Indy makes me realise I have got to go and have a tinkle. Better get my human to take me out. Bye.....
    Pawsitive wishes and doggy kisses, Penny xx

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  23. I think I would miss it, Pat x

    Thank you for dropping by, Penny - Indy says all this talk of tinkles reminds him he needs to go and stand at the back door ;-) x

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  24. Gorgeous day and gorgeous Indy.

    XX

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