The south of UK was bathed in delightful sunshine with a slight breeze during Saturday. You could not sit indoors for long after all the cold we have had recently. It was gorgeous!
My husband and I decided to visit our favourite park to see if any real green shoots had emerged after the snow and ice we saw there on our last visit. Sure enough! The birds were singing, flitting here and there gathering food and just generally being full of the joys of a sunny day. Whilst we took a rest on one of the many benches provided, which can just be seen here, it was wonderful to be able to admire the view. So peaceful with the afternoon sun casting its warm glow across the tops of the trees.
As I said the bird song was amazing and so cheerful! Suddenly, I glanced down to my feet as I spotted some movement. Looking down I found I had a new friend! Mr Robin!!
I was so excited to be able to have this wild bird moving so freely and closely to me. Obviously, the birds in this park are well used to people drifting in and out without minding too much.
Whilst we walked around we saw loads of clumps of snowdrops which is a sure sign that Spring is on its way!!!
What a difference a little sunshine makes!
Spring has sprung.