Monday, 2 May 2011

Goodbye April ..................

April 2011 will be long remembered ............. for fantastic weather .......... for long Bank Holidays .......... Easter ........... the Royal Wedding ........... a mass of springtime flora.


Blue sky and blossom ........

The start of competing outdoors ........

The scent of apple blossom ........

Vic Loves To Knit ....... and Stitch Easter eggs ........

Perfect light ........

Woodlands full of bluebells ........

And blankets of wild garlic ........

Union flags everywhere to celebrate the happy Royal Wedding ........

A family day out helping at  Pony Club ........

An April to remember ........

5 comments:

  1. It seems April has given your country lovely weather this year although I suppose you could do with some rain now.
    We had a lovely month here to in Victoria. After such a wet summer we have had glorious days to get outside and do much needed gardening. Unfortunately Western Australia is still very much in drought and they are doing it tough.
    I hope the month of May is just as kind to you as April.
    Anne xx

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  2. You're right it certainly has been an April to remember for so many reasons.
    Lisa x

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  3. Gorgeous seasonal pics and I love the shift dress you made in the last post, such unusual fabric as well. I'm guessing you'll be making another one before very long!

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  4. A perfect April in so many ways! Love your picture of the bluebell woods.We went for a walk through our local woods on Saturday and the smell of the wild garlic was amazing!
    I recommend the coastline between Old Hunstanton and Blakeney.It is unspoilt,a haven for wildlife,with huge sandy beaches(Holkham was voted No 1 in the Coast magazine,and is my favourite,it never gets busy).You do get the East winds blowing,but I've been there when the sand is almost too hot to walk on,and as the sea comes in over it,the water is warm and inviting.You will love it there,I am sure. :0)

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  5. Yep, i agree! Wow that garlic looks amazing, im yet to find any locally...!
    The car boot sale i got the 'treasure' from was shoot ash in Romsey...they have website now if you want to google it x
    Its normally tat to be honest..i only go there as its next door and i can roll out of bed, plus i used to work saturdays so could never go. I buy my plants and veg from there as its the cheapest for them-boot-sale-wise...hope that helps??
    Love Kirsty xxxx

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