Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Signs of Spring in Aberdovey

Katkins

Cyclamen

Snowdrops

 These three photos were all taken on Tuesday 4th February in Aberdovey on an afternoon walk, which was the subject of my recent Travel Tales post.

I am linking up today with  Our World Tuesday and Nature Notes

Our World Tuesday

Nature Notes

24 comments:

  1. Exquisite captures of a beautiful area of Wales!

    And many thanks for the visit.

    btw I had to include descriptions of Powys (also very picturesque) in my earlier novel, Soul Stealer!

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  3. We have snowdrops too in our garden and I've seen lots about, nice to see somthing other that water.

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  4. It sure looks like spring to me! So full of hope. ;)

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  5. Beautiful, but too early I think. It starts to bloom here too, hope we won't get winter now so far we only had rain and rather warm temperatures.
    My World is here http://gattinawritercramps.blogspot.com/

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  6. Amidst all the terrible storms and rain that we are continuing to have here in the United Kingdom, how wonderful to see those first signs of Spring appearing. The days are slowly getting that little bit longer as well :) Beautiful images, Linda.

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  7. How lovely! The snowdrops are so pretty.

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  8. How lovely it is to view the seasons changing in different parts of the world all at the same time. Beautiful spring photos LindyLou!

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  9. What hopefulness is expressed in these tiny blossoms!

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  10. Don't you just love it when the flowers of spring start to push up through the cold earth - showing us that all is well - spring follows winter and always will
    Have a wonderful week, and thank you for stopping by my blog this week

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  11. How very pretty. We are covered up in snow today. I can't wait for Spring!

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  12. Aberdovey is such a wonderful, romantical name. I am quite surprised to see all these signs of spring. Is Wales having a lot of rain this year?

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  13. how lovely, spring is in the air. :)

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  14. Nice pictures , I love those beautiful spring flowers start !

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  15. Lovely signs of spring! The snowdrops are one of my favorites. Enjoy the rest of your week!

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  16. Oh how lovely! What are the tiny purple flowers? I saw them for the first time in Italy and thought they were wonderful. :-)

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    1. You reminded me that I should have put the plant names underneath the photos Krista! Anyway they are Cyclamen.

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  17. Beautiful captures, now all we need is the rain and wind to give everyone a break! Take care Diane

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  18. Oh so nice to see some signs of spring as we are buried in snow.. Thank you for linking into Nature Notes.... Michelle

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  19. Ah! wonderful! and so glad the poor things are not drowned out by flood waters. Long may they bloom, I particularly like the catkin which looks so bright, springlike and blowy! Uplifting.

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  20. That does look like spring! Because most of our native trees do not shed their leaves, we don't have big shows of spring flowers - I miss them! Nice to see some again!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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