Thursday, 10 April 2014

Mystical Mistiness, Bluebells and Shining Magnolia

A really misty start to the day, but it made for an impressive early morning glow.
The mist hung around for quite a while. 
More bluebells have appeared - I think these are hybridised ones that have escaped from somebody's garden. 
We were briefly at the hospital this morning, and were impressed by the preparedness of this facility there. 
Had breakfast at the Secret Garden Café - saw this sign in Prior Park Garden Centre and thought that we should get this for our fierce Bella:-)
The afternoon clouded over but then brightened up later on, illuminating our neighbours' magnolia. 
Another neighbours' ragged robin peering over our fence. 
Our silver birch (not willow, as I mistakenly said in yesterday's blog post) and its catkins.
This day a year ago, we were at Westonbirt and I was taken with the patterns made by these tree stumps. 

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