Photo-a-Day (Tuesday, 3rd May, 2016)
What a heartening sight! It reminds me of the poem Home Thoughts from Abroad: "Oh to be in England now that April's there", (even if it IS May!). Lovely, Neil.
Spring never ceases to amaze me..up pops these pretty little Primroses among all the shrubbery,as though to say "you thought I'd forgot didn't you" I love this Neil..thank you.
Wild primroses in their natural habitat! Lovely setting -you are on a roll Neil - especially after yesterday's offering! Surely Mick can't find anything wrong.........lol
Great shot Neil!
Don't you just luv this time of year?
Mr Cain is very Abel takin photos..light, composure and subject matter just right!
One complaint, I don't see any reflection from the water!
Don't count your chickens, Vb!
Very nice Neil!
'Mr Cain is very Abel'! Wasn't wasted on me,Johnny!
Hurry Cain and let's have some more of these lovely photos!
Apologies for taking liberties with your name Mr Cain!
Lets all 'Neil' down and give thanks for this lovely photo! Sorry Pat!
Another good one Neil. Oh to be in England now that spring is here, Oh to be in England drinking English beer. Home thoughts from John Morris, Irene. LOL
The days nearly over and no word from Mick...maybe he's been put in the Shevington village stocks!
Thanks again everyone for your kind remarks. Johnny you are a belter, such a sense of fun. Long may it continue.
John Morris. Funny you quoting poetry...just gone by the Windmill and seen the cattle. The lines from Grays Elergy came to mind...the lowing herd winding slowly o'er the lea.
Love the beer quote, John, and agree entirely. If I ever bump into you, mine's a barley wine. (Johnny already knows that!) Neil also knows my tipple so I'll soon be sozzled if I bump into you all together!
And Neil, I love Elegy in a Country Churchyard too.
You certainly know what rings a bell with all of your fan club. Can I join in ???????????????????
Of course, Brian! x.