Today the weather is changing, from wet and mild and springlike, to a mini ice age. The wind last night veered to the north and blew the clouds away. Today is sunny and still warm, but it isn’t going to last. The meteo office refers to it as the Moscow-Paris. It’s going to get cold.
I walked around the homestead and tried to get some pics before it gets too cold to take gloves off outside. It’s difficult trying to hold a dog’s lead at the same time, hence the bit of camera shudder here and there.
The wild cherries are covered in blossom, especially far on is this very old one, even though the pic is a bit blurry.
The grass is full of Muscari, little grape hyacinths.
and kingcups, especially in the damp places.
Beneath the trees, husband has been clearing the brambles, but the lungwort seems undeterred.
We have one clump of wild daffodils. The neighbour has a field full of them.
Everywhere is running with water. The stream…
the overflow from next-door’s pond.
The next pics will be of the frost, if I dare go out in it.