Quote of the day:
In fact, the mere act of opening the box will determine the state of the cat, although in this case there were three determinate states the cat could be in: these being Alive, Dead, and Bloody Furious.”
– Terry Pratchet
Forage in May for:
Alexanders, Beech leaves, Cow Parsley, Hairy Bittercress, Dandelion Flowers , Cleavers, Primroses, Ransoms, Sweet Violets, Hawthorn, Lime leaves, Red Clover, Ox-eye Daisy, Garlic Mustard, Wild Garlic
Wordless Wednesday – Wind-crossed lovers
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Excellent photos. Too early for catkins around here.
Thanks. The hazels are in a full on display of shaking tails here.
Lovely shots and a blue sky! That’ s an unfamiliar sight lately.
I am dying to see some more blue sky now. Too many dreary days!
The close up of the hazel flower is really pretty. It makes me think about.. the nose of the star nosed rat 🙂
Upon my word, you are right!! What a strange creature that is.
Very strange creature indeed, equally fascinating
Beautiful and meaningful post! Mysteries of nature have no end.