Christine Padmore: The island. Only swans, ducks, moorhens and grebes allowed. All nesting and enjoying their isolation.
Christine Padmore: Carafe and ribbon
Christine Padmore: A single tulip with butterflies.
Christine Padmore: Dandelions
Christine Padmore: When the swan comes by just at the right moment.
Christine Padmore: Dying Daffs
Christine Padmore: Nature morte. Fading but still beautiful. Flowers and butterflies.
Christine Padmore: Before the leaves fell and the rain soaked the countryside.
Christine Padmore: Still, quiet and sombre in the woodland.
Christine Padmore: Walking in the woods.
Christine Padmore: Tin pot with ribbon
Christine Padmore: In the darkness there is always light.
Christine Padmore: On the dark side.
Christine Padmore: When your dog walk turns into a Monet painting!
Christine Padmore: Hydrangeas never die.
Christine Padmore: Lily of the Valley are not always white.
Christine Padmore: From the hedgerows
Christine Padmore: Catching the light.
Christine Padmore: Hydrangeas never die!
Christine Padmore: Freesias and Jug.
Christine Padmore: Early morning sunshine trying to break through the mist.
Christine Padmore: Valentine’s Day flowers hanging on.
Christine Padmore: Spring is on its way
Christine Padmore: Lovely dog walk. The mist was visibly lifting.
Christine Padmore: Great colours put together by the NT
Christine Padmore: The island in the mist
Christine Padmore: Left behind
Christine Padmore: You don’t see them much these days. Haberdashery.
Christine Padmore: Not so many flowers about in the winter but vegetables can be just as pretty #stilllife #pakchoi