Monday, 24 March 2008

The weather can't beat us.






After rain, snow, hail, frost and freezing temperatures just look at what I photographed today. Although a lot of the blossom, new leaves and daffs are damaged there is always something to bring a smile to your face.

10 comments:

beckie said...

Cheryl, love the new picture heading. And the pictures of your flowers look so springy! Today went better than we could have hoped for, but it was still a long day. Feel drained tonight.

Cheryl said...

Hi Beckie....Poor you, hope you soon feel less exhausted. It is a mentally tiring time for you.
Take care.
lol

zhakee said...

Spring flowers are so pretty.

brucesc said...

Love all your teeny flower pictures today.

Cheryl said...

Tku zhakee and brucesc for dropping by. Spring flowers are indeed pretty.

Q said...

Dear Cheryl,
So glad Mother left some pretty flowers for you! You have had some wild weather for sure. Spring is dancing a wild cha-cha in your gardens.
I hope to go walking later in the woods to see if any wildflowers have woken up!
Stay warm and dry.
Glad to know you are smiling.
I can feel your joy all the way across the sea.
Sherry
Sherry

Hedgewitch said...

hurray for spring! fab photos, cheryl :-)

Cheryl said...

Hi Sherry...There is always something beautiful in my garden. Fortunately I do have some sheltered spots, little havens, that nothing seems to touch.

Hi hedgewitch...spring flowers, the best is yet to come.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Beautiful blooms Cheryl. I hope all was actually spared by the frost.

Cheryl said...

The frost ic cruel but some blooms remain in tact Lisa.