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Thursday, 21 February 2013

It's that time of year :-) ....

We live opposite the church in our village and every year I am drawn out of the house by the hint of what is growing in the churchyard.  I just have to take my camera and capture the moment and thought I'd share it with you today.....



Aren't they just gorgeous?  Enjoy  :-)

13 comments:

KC'sCourt! said...

I do really think spring is on its way when I see the snowdrops.
Julie xxxxxxxxx

Helen said...

They are gorgeous! There were a few out when I went to Kew Gardens the weekend before last,I bet they've come on leaps and bounds since then as we did have a couple of lovely sunny days (back to grey cloud today!)

JoZart said...

So lovely and a timely reminder for me to go over to our nearby Croxteth Hall as there is a field of snowdrops there which I hate to miss.
lots of love Jo x

Linda said...

It's great to see the snowdrops and the promise of warmer weather!

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Annie,

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

Peace,
Kay

Twiglet said...

Thanks - I needed that. Just lovely. x Jo

JoZart said...

I just can't believe it... THREE and Jo's too. TYTYTY you two are marvels! How amazing!
I am off to Brighton next week but Dave will be here if you do send them. I'll be taking the next batch to CHICS after I get back on 2nd Mar when Eddie will be back too.
Jo x

Lynn Holland said...

I have a few snowdrops in my garden and they have been coming up year after year. It's the first sign of spring for me and I love to undcover them when i do a tidy up session on a bright day

Anne said...

I dont think anything says spring is almost here quite like snowdrops!

Di said...

Lots of snowdrops round here Annie - those snaps are beautiful! Hugs, Di xx

Gill Edwards said...

love, love, love snowdrops, lucky you to live near so many.

Gill x

Samantha Elliott said...

We are lucky enough to have snowdrops growing around our property! It is lovely to see them in the mornings when I am going to see to the chooks! They leave the ones in their run alone too!
x

Ann B said...

Love the simplicity of the snowdrop. When DH's aunt died we brought some over and planted them in our garden as a constant reminder. Haven't had as many up this year, must have been too wet for them last year. Your photos are beautiful.
Ann B