Springtime in England

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Cindy Breen on April 6, 2010

WOW What a beautiful sight never seen as many daffodils growing like this and the beautiful blossoms..I hope to get some Autumn shots soon of our trees changing colour..Marion

Lesley Rigby on April 7, 2010

Look forward to those Autumn shots Marion. I still can't quite get my head around everything being opposite for us. Meeting friends from around the world on Pa. I find incredibly interesting :-))

Lesley xx

lozpet on April 7, 2010

Agree with Marion, so beautiful. ..LOZ

Gintarele on April 7, 2010

This is very nice, but we still need to wait narcissus flowers :) Lesley, greetings to you! G.

Lesley Rigby on April 7, 2010

We have had such a bad winter Gintarele that the gardens still haven't really come to life. The lawns aren't good, and so many plants have died that would normally survive our winter conditions.

I have a lot of Ness Botanic garden images to upload soon, which I took last weekend. If you have the time you might enjoy them.

Very best wishes, Lesley

Lesley Rigby on April 7, 2010

Hi Loz Another garden I will take you and Marion to visit one day! :-))

Gintarele on April 8, 2010

Yes, this winter has been really difficult for people and for plants. Plant losses, we will begin to count after a month. There will be many samples affected by extreme cold. Such is the life: something is lost, something is discovered every day :) Lesley, Best regards! G.

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  • Uploaded on April 2, 2010
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    by Lesley Rigby
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot G9
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 7.40mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.798
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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