Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Clouds, More Flowers, Capsicum and a Paint Splash

Out with Bella this morning, I admired these ostiospermum flowers in a neighbour's front garden.
Cloudy - to the point of breaking out into showers as we went out of the door.  Luckily, we finished our walk before it rained with a bit more determination. 
This ragged robin is a nice show every Spring - and as an accompaniment, the birds were singing their hearts out on Fairfield Park Road this morning 
Willow catkins - really quite difficult to get a sharp picture of as the slightest breeze makes them move.
Clematis out on a neighbour's wall already. 
Comfrey, or is it borage? 
Ribes bush covered with blooms. 
Philadelphus flowers. 
I liked the texture of this abandoned capsicum on the pavement outside the pub. 
There's a story behind this paint splash on the road, I'm sure. 
This day a year ago, the skies were bright even though the temperatures were still low (icicles on next door's dripping overflow still in evidence!) 

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