Oh! My! The second photo down, l've seen before on a Blog post ' follow from New Zealand...and the eight people who commented, including me, thoughtit was a some kind of caterpillar..but, no, it turned out to be a bud of a flower, but for the life of me..can't remember it's name! The Bluebells look lovely, l've a few in the garden, but not that many! Though,l've only to walk a few yards to the woods, and there's plenty for me to enjoy!
I've popped back to Poppy's Blog..and had to go all the way back to Dec 17th 2020.And found the said plant..don't know the exact name, but it is a type of Fern...! Phew! Another mug of tea l think..! :).
Yes it is a fern they look so like the ammonites that are found along this stretch of coast. Hope the second cup of tea revived you !
These are fabulous photos. The first made me smile. The second made me curious. A bug, a fiddlehead? The remainder are gorgeous. The carpet of bluebells is glorious and the countryside is so pretty. And who doesn’t love that pooch?
Such gorgeous photos especially the view of the sea. Good to see you posting :) B x
Thanks for the comment Barbara, I struggle to post much these days. I uploaded theses images before going on holiday.
Lambs AND fiddleheads!? Must be Spring. The sunlit woods filled with bluebells will comfort me all morning. Thanks for posting these wonderful photos.
Always a joy to see bluebells at the is time of year.Lovely selection of photographs.All the best Jan
Lovely photos, Sarah, especially the one of the sun through the trees in the bluebell wood. The unfurling ferns (fiddleheads) are also called croziers by some people after their resemblance to the staff used by some bishops.
Thanks for the additional information about the unfurling ferns. I hadn't heard of that before.
O how beautiful. I miss my beloved England so much. Hope to visit next spring.
Just the loveliest of photos. Thank you. Best, Kim
Those fiddleheads are so pretty, it seems almost a crime to eat them. (Wonder what they taste like?)
My bluebells are lovely each May, but its just not the same as walking through a bluebell woods in England. How I miss it!I was unable to leave a comment on your Through the Garden Gate post and your links there aren't working. I did write a review for your meme this month! P. x
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