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Lavender Fields (Shoreham Kent)
Unfurling Fern Frond.
Daffodils (For Jim).
The north wind doth blow, and we shall have snow, and what will the robin do then poor thing? He'll sit in the barn, and keep himself warm, and tuck his head under his wing, poor thing.
The way a crow, shook down on me, the dust of snow, from a hemlock tree, has given my heart, a change of mood, and saved some part, of a day I had rued. Robert Frost 1923.
Lost in Lavender
Wrapped in Fairy Love.
If you see a fairy ring in a field of grass, very lightly step around, tiptoe when you pass. (William Shakespeare).
Tunnel of Blue.
Cherry Blossom (Prunus Sargentii) For Tonia.
Winding Winter Path.
Here I rest upon this seat, with crisp white snow beneath my feet. (For Imre)
Shhh please don't tell!
Narcissus (Rip Van Winkle) For Amelia.
Ice with a twist! (Thanks Steve).
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