Changing Seasons In March ~ Days Of Light And Shadow Reminding myself to be grateful here in Much Wenlock. The Changing Seasons Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Beautiful photographs of a really lovely place. Enjoy your weekend…looks like it will be perfect for the garden 🙂
Happy weekend to you too, Janet 🙂
Light and shadow was so nice here – and so much to be grateful for 😉
Indeed there is a whole bunch of stuff to be grateful for. We need to nurture those feelings too. They’re our best defence against the indefensible.
Well said – but I actually meant so much to be grateful for within the world of your slice of garden land – and the post- 😉
But also to what you added in the comment
You live in a very beautiful area Tish and you have captured that beauty in these photos
Thank you, Pauline. Are you still travelling? I’m just off myself for a brief spell.
We arrived home 3 days ago to lots of rain and a garden like a jungle…
So much uncertainty around Brexit must be very anxiety inducing for your country, Tish. Hope you are taking deep, calming breaths as you admire the cows and the flowers.
Am brexited out so many thanks, Tracy, for the reminder to take deep and calming breaths – this instead of gritting teeth. Love all your photos of your world.
Thank you, Tish.
There are 2 photos which really stand out for me. Your furry cows always make me smile. They look like cousins to the sheepdog 🙂. The 2nd is the road/path lined with trees. It looks like an enchanting place!
I love the look of spring in your world. I can hardly wait to see ours start to emerge.
Must be a bore not to have the changing seasons. I’m always ready for the next.
So many beautiful photos, Tish! I especially love the barren branches and the cows!
ah lovely – there is nothing quite like rookeries to affirm the season of Spring – feathered not human ones of course
p.s. your header is especially good (your head probably is too)
Ahh such lovely photos, Tish! It’s often the simplist of things that can really stand out, some days, & make you feel grateful & appreciative. It’s a great feeling, when that happens.
What a delightful part of the world you live in. I love the photo of the forested lane. It must feel quite magical walking down there.
It is such a joy to see spring in your part of the world. It’s the England we loved and I want to remember in the midst of all the yuk stuff (I think that’s the technical term). Thanks for the reminder to look around for all we have to be grateful for Tish.
I am so thankful for our changing seasons. We may complain about our winter months, but the spring arrivals are something special. Love the Linden walk photo AND the coos of course… 😀
Spring on the cusp is a real uplifter, I agree. Just come back from the Malverns where all was blissful.
love the tones and mood of the top photograph.
Thank you, Sherry.
It was good to see the changing seasons. I got outside so little this month that other than the birds, I don’t think I’ve seen anything but the grocery store, the hospital, and my doctor. This is not a great time of year. It’s mostly great, windy, cold, muddy. Spring will come for two or three hours in early May and be summer by the following day. I don’t think we’ve had a spring season since I moved here in 1987, Garry says spring doesn’t come to New England. We get winter, chilly mud, then summer, Lately, we also haven’t gotten Autumn. The seasons are changing and it bodes ill for our future.
Chilly mud sounds dire, so wishing you warmer days SOON.