Wednesday, 23 April 2014


The third week of April, in this part of the world, is when the country changes from winter grey to the green of spring.  Easter is now over.  The children are back at school and gardeners are out clearing, mowing and planting.

 Spring sunshine of the RC church at Cardross.

The National Trust garden at Geilston is selling plants: Easter Flower Pulsatilla Bell's Rod, or Pasque Flower.

 Not Easter lilies but trilliums in the walled garden.

The gazebo below the walled garden.

 Blue tit high above my  head.

 And farm life carries on again for another year.

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