Tales of a wayward English garden and its weary guardian ...
Got the old Macro lens out !
Who needs words with pictures like these!
Hi Alain, thank you kindly!
Spring has started to fizz !
Some classy pictures there Jane, certainly sets the mood.
Thanks Rick :-)
Great photos, good to see the bees.
Hi brian, thanks for comments - the bees are always welcome !!
It's all lovely, Jane :) It looks like the new fritillary is enjoying your garden. Happy Spring!
Happy Spring to you too Amy!
No words needed. Where do I start to express my delight? Thanks for sharing!
Thank you PP - it was very relaxing to do a wordless post ! I've never really joined in Wordless Wednesday before!
Beautiful! Probably the most stylish Wordless Wednesday I have ever seen.
Gosh Sarah, that is so very kind, thank you for that.
Isn't it great that the flowers are opening and the bees buzzing and even butterflies flitting about?
Hi Sue, things have definitely shifted up a few gears over the last few (warmer) days
Gorgeous!!!... wordless indeed. Thank you for a very special WW :-)
Thanks Stephanie :-)
I was so quiet, I could hear those bees buzzing :) Great photography Jane.
Ha ha ha! Thanks Angie!
Jane, what beautiful macros! Euphorbia is one of my favorite plants!I want your bees in my garden - my cherry trees are blooming, but there are no bees around! I don't think I'll have any cherries...
Hi Tatyana and thank you for your comments. I wonder why you have no bees buzzing around ? Is it temperature do you think ?
That´s really wordless beauty!
Thank you Janneke
What beautiful pictures! Spring has made an entry in your neck of the woods!
Hi and thanks for comments, yes, spring is finally here !
Gorgeous photos, you're a lucky duck to have so many blooms to show off.
Thanks Marguerite , I hope spring is coming to you very very soon!!
A wonderful post, your lovely photos just sing: ' Springtime!'
Too kind Chloris ... p.s. my auriculas are budding now
Amazing that you have all this blooming!! Beautiful!
Everything has just gone mad over the last few days !
Your photos are lovely!
Thank you Libby :-)
The rosemary close-up is my favorite (of course), but then again the various bee photos are also enjoyable!
Hi David and thank you for your comments. You can never have too many bee photos!!
Lovely! Spring at its prettiest.
Thanks for visiting and reading. I really welcome comments and have learned much from them, over the years of leaning over the virtual garden gate ...