I took a walk out of my front door this morning to see what I could see. After lots of rain and grey, dull, skies, the pale blue sky and golden light were a feast for the eyes. Come and take the walk with me. Perhaps you took a walk recently? why not link to this post and share your walk with me?
These delicate mushrooms appeared as if by magic at the end of the garden path. I am sure they were not there yesterday morning, but somehow in the course of yesterday, I noticed them. I had to lie flat to get up close with my camera.
I suspected that the blue tits might be back. Every once in a while, I would catch a flash of light blue coming from the wall. Sure enough this morning I saw them again. I approached with caution, but not sounds of babies yet!!
The fading moon high in the early morning sky, caught the corner of my eye as I left the drive.
A light rimmed sycamore tree was the shot I choose, because I could not get an image of the robin that flitted over my head in the branches of the tree. Trees are much easier to shoot – They stand still!!
While I walked down the lane, I was stuck by the colour of lime green youthful leaves across a pale blue sky.
Then at the bottom of the lane, the Ash trees splendid in their golden cloaks.
The morning dew glinting on the crop of wheat in the field.
And one delicate little buttercup with its face turned to drink in warm spring sun.
Now the birds would like a word!