Because that's what we had on Monday, seemingly out of nowhere. The nicest day we've had in months, where I was able to go running 11.6km in only a long sleeved top, and the sun shone off the beautiful aconite and made it glow.
There was even a bumblebee buzzing past me over the cemetery crocuses, but rather strangely given the double finger temperatures there was still ice on Balderton Blue Lake, being stood on by some bored looking black headed gulls, some of whom are getting their black heads back.
Of course that was a precursot to me having a pain in the backside day today, where my bike had a puncture and the tyre burst, so tomorrow I will be riding my old bike, which my stepfather has fitted a huge retro horn to.
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Yellow Sea of flowers lovelyReplyDelete
beautiful aconites and crocuses! We have some crocuses appearing though it will be a while before they're all outReplyDelete
Oh. We've got a while until spring, but I've enjoyed wandering through the flowers here. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the rerun of Spring flowers Si.ReplyDelete
Thank you all!ReplyDelete