So, after yesterday's sporting "extravaganza" I was so tired that my only option today was a nice, pleasant walk on what turned out to be a really nice afternoon.
The new predominant colour in parts of the cemetery is orange; buttercups have now emerged amid the grave stones. This winter and spring we started with white snowdrops, then we went to purple, to blue and yellow, to blue and blue, to now orange.
Butterflies were also plentiful, but we haven't got many of the hibernatory species around, instead we have the whites, the orange tips, the holly blues and the speckled woods. I drove myself mad trying to photograph them today.
Results - not amazing. Bloody fluttery things.
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