Isolation #3

Going walkabout on the first day of Spring, down to our local duck pond and mill dam. Intermittent sunshine, cool temperatures and the weeping willow at its best, I think, before it comes fully into leaf.
[shot on my iPhone 6 so not the best but good enough to cheer as more and more places are in lockdown, shutdown and generally off limits as Covid-19 is gathering pace in the UK.]

For as long as I'm well, am posting a pic a day to enhance these times of isolation

12 Comments on “Isolation #3

  1. Spring arrived yet my eyes were blind to her arrival. Was it the chill of winter’s last snow or of uncertainty. Thank you for a glimpse of spring.

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  2. I love the colour of the new leaves on weeping willows, so fresh and bright and gold-green. Good that you have somewhere close to be able to walk to that is so pretty. Will you be posting more photos on your NZ blog? I am sure you must have many more photos and now might be as good a time as any to share them.

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  3. Beautifully sunny pic, Laura! Over here we had pouring rain all day yesterday, so today’s wonderful sunny day seemed to be very soothing – until I went out and almost got swept away by the wind and froze in 5C temps….

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