Spring sunshine

We’re into our second week of glorious sunshine here in Suffolk.  It is such a joy to venture out on our walks having discarded the winter coat.  I’ve even had to push my sleeves up my arms on a few occasions and how wonderful that sunshine has felt!

The hens have been enjoying the sunshine too.  Here’s Minnie trampling through my daffodils (don’t worry – I forgave her!)

And here’s Alice after a dust bath.  We thought we were going to lose Alice last week.  She was very poorly but has made a good recovery and is enjoying the warm weather.

But my girls aren’t the only birds rejoicing in the weather – look at these gorgeous partridges sitting in a sunny field.

And there are yellow flowers everywhere: daffodils, primroses, celandine – suddenly, everything is glowing gold.

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2 Responses to Spring sunshine

  1. Lily says:

    Hello, Victoria :)
    I was “redirected” here from Jane Austen prose and I enjoyed my visit :) Beautiful pictures! I begin to think that the best scenery can be found in Britain… Books by British authors and their adaptations seem to prove it to be so, as well… And I’m stuck here, in Spain… :o)

    Minnie and Alice are dolls :) I’m partial to hens (the birds in general) too, they remind me of “my” beloved pigeons, that are waiting for food as I write…

    Thank you & Good luck =)

  2. Victoria says:

    So thrilled you like the pictures, Lily. I am in love with our countryside and adore walking and photographing it whenever I can.

    Say hello to your pigeons for me! We have two lovely collared doves who visit our garden and try to pinch the hens’ food!

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