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Sunday, 15 February 2009

Little Spring messengers

Walking along the river up towards the park the other day after the snow began to disappear, I found that the woodlands were beginning to get white with snowdrops.

There were banks of them popping their heads out from amongst the old brown beech leaves from last autumn -



a promise that spring isn't too far away! I mean we're now over half way through February, so any more bad weather we get won't hang around for that long. I expect we'll get the usual lambing storms towards the end of March/ beginning of April, but they'll hopefully not last.













Elsewhere, some variegated ivy took my eye, as it clung to the wall . A few wee snowdrops and some ivy leaves would make an attractive display in an egg cup - or a wine glass!















It was getting darker as I headed back along to Peebles. Looking upriver the sun was gleaming through the trees onto the water, while downstream to the east the silhouettes were beginning to look rather good. Spot the ever-present church tower!
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