Signs of life in the garden at last #nature #photography

When we moved here last year there was nothing in the garden but an established cherry tree, which is now looking like it’s almost ready to blossom again. It’s too early for some of the plants but not for others…

The vibrant new leaves of the Red Robin. The one on the left is a smaller variety.

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Sunday Snaps ~ Dingle Gardens, Quarry Park #Gardens #Shrewsbury

Dingle Gardens is part of Quarry Park in Shrewsbury and was made famous by Percy Thrower.  We visited in February so not much colour around but still lovely.

The entrance to the Dingle from Quarry Park leading down into the gardens, which was originally the quarry.

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#SundayStills ~ Black and White Days #Photography #Nature

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature, hosted by Terri Webster Shrandt. This week’s theme is daylight in black and white. I’ve chosen a selection of photos all taken during daylight hours.


The first two are images of the ruins of Whitby Abbey.

These were all taken in Cornwall. If memory serves, clockwise from the left, Mevagissey, St Ives and Godrevy lighthouse.

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