spellbinding photos john, the lamb is the best in my book but hearty congratulations for getting brian to pose for the last one.
I'm an optimist. But I'm an optimist who takes my raincoat - Harold Wilson
Great photos John, I see that you managed to capture Brian's best side
i seem to remember that this trough near the carpet shop in castle street was empty last spring and that the troughs in nearby market square had spring bulbs in.
all reversed this year.
some pleasant spring colours close by each other on a gloomy day in town.
I do love spring flowers -
Lincolnshire Born and Bred
Love the recent sets of spring pix,Howard the blossom ones are lovely, and John saw the very same Swans and lambs on Romney Marsh yesterday in the gorgeous sunshine.
I have now this minute put a larger version of John's little lamb on the frontpage and it looks great. Lovely pictures on this thread all round..just terrific...keep them coming. Gorgeous colours above there.
Russel Gardens a picture.
Lovely photos my life at the moment is spent in doors looking out from my boring windows so im enjoying looking at the wonderful photos and todays front page one .
Yes, today's front page photograph...
O cute little cutlet
all cosy and warm
in your gravy blanket
so sheltered and calm
Amidst mashed potatoes
and Rosemary, you steam
plucked from life's woes
(soon tummy-chummy with vanilla ice-cream)
O cute little cutlet
from whence did you spring
what generous bush let
the chef, you to me bring?
But, enough. For this fanciful
dream sequence must end
my belly is anything but full
so that way you must wend.
Ignorance is bliss, bliss is happiness, I am happy...to draw your attention to the possible connectivity in the foregoing.
Lovely pics to raise the spirits. What a difference a bit of light in the mornings makes!
Great photos John, love the lamb
Damn I missed the annual seagull headbutting the jetty competition
Jeane, the gulls decided that head-butting the pier was getting more and more painful, so they opted to form their Tommy Cooper Appreciation Society instead!
John's photo seems to contradict the article attached to the "Seagull Control" thread!
this spring the pensive look is in vogue.
Love that one Howard, maybe wondering where Spring went!
One of your goldfinches was sat outside my window earlier but flew off as soon as it saw the camera.