This dream-like scene seen at the National Trust Anglesey Abbey property using an iPhone. To me, everything in here symbolises spring. Daffodils, Hyacinths, Cherry Blossoms and the brilliant hues of a Japanese maple tree.
If you came looking for Fred or Wilma Flintstone, then you’ve come to the wrong place :)!
East Anglia and Norfolk in England have many flint stones that can be found littering the countryside. Flints have been used since the stone-age to make sharp-edged weapons like axes and arrow-heads, as well as in the creation of sparks to produce a fire. The flints found in our local area take on peculiar shapes, like the one below which looks like a horseshoe.
I try to take a walk around lunchtime every day when the weather permits. While this provides me with much-needed physical activity, it also takes me through public footpaths between villages and fields. Yesterday, I came across this pink rag doll propped up on a hedgerow in the middle of nowhere!