Crocuses from a rather wet, windswept garden, bringing hope and cheer after the bleak winter weather. I took these photos earlier this year, and only now in May – a little out of season – I found them on my computer and decided to publish them. So many photos are waiting for me to sort and show! Procrastination rules!
Photos on a walk from Clogher Beach to Cuas na nEighe (Cuas na Nae), on the wild Atlantic coast of the Dingle Peninsula, on the Souh West of Ireland. The sea pinks were just slightly past their best, after some stormy winds, but still looking pretty marvellous.
The Tiaracht is the triangular Island on the horizon above – one of the Blasket Islands group.
Above and below is Inis Tuaisceart, (AKA The Sleeping Giant) another of the Blasket Islands group.
Rough though it looks, the water was relatively calm for this area, on this day.
My walking companions hadn’t seen this spot before, they were enthralled!
I’m so thankful for the continuing good weather and to be able to spend time out in the garden. Rain has come and gone, usually at night, and the lovely sunshine makes it so much easier to stay at home. A plan has been announced, to ease the restrictions in a phased way….
Just two photos today, of the same narcissus. I had a packet of these flowering bulbs that I should have planted last autumn, and didn’t get around to it. I recently found them sprouting but soft. I put them in the ground, hoping for the best. So far just two bulbs have come up. This was the healthiest looking flower and I’m showing two captures of this here.