The Colours Of Spring #hdygg

The colours of spring

Last week I took the dogs and my mobile phone and went for a walk… same thing I do every day but this time I decided to take pictures of all the lovely colourful plants I spotted between my doorsteps and my local field. I should add at this point that this trip is very short – maybe 2 – 3 minutes until I reach the start of my walk around the local fields.

It was a very sunny but windy day, so not all the plants wanted to behave… some were dancing a bit too much in the wind for my poor little mobile camera to take nice quality shots with.
I meant to post this last week but then the sad news about my Buffo came and I didn’t feel like “playing” with flower pictures.

So this morning I finally sat down and picked some usable shots to share with you.

These are my local colours of spring…

Green
Green
Blue-is
Blue-is
Yellow
Yellow
White
White
Everything else I encountered
Everything else I encountered

Spring is so beautiful, isn’t it?

I’ve never taken part in the How Does Your Garden Grow? linky before, but we have the first signs of spring here already and a lot of changes will be happening in nature during the months to come, so it is time for me to get my “green fingers” to work and share my green stories with you.

Is your garden ready for the warm season already?

35 thoughts on “The Colours Of Spring #hdygg

  1. I just love how you’ve arranged all the colours together, so pretty.I think the purples are my favourite.

  2. Ahh looks like spring has already arrived in our city. It’s so beautiful.. all the flowers blooming and the green leaves. Everything is still same here (or maybe it is the plain lack of flowers, trees and gardens haha!). 🙂

  3. Spring is such a colourful inspiring time, isn’t it. Your picture montages are gorgeous – very clever use of the different shades.

  4. This is such a lovely piece! I love it when you can tell which season we are in according to what colours are outside, daffodils are one of my favourite flowers, reminding me of picking them as a child for my mum x

    Gemma
    ButtonsBlog

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