The rain poured down all morning. During the afternoon it stopped for a while and I went for a welly wander. The burn that runs a few metres above the back garden sounded loud so I went up to have a look. Where the sunshine got through the trees the water showed gold and standing beside the burn, I couldn’t hear anything but the rush of water. The sight and sound was refreshing.
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Only snowdrop leaves are left. In among them you can spot the leaves of pignut and cat’s-ear, which will be the next flowers on this patch.
What I think are wild daffodils begin to flower as the snowdrops die back. There are some cultivated narcissi too. They flower later in the year.
Just as well I photographed this primula. The roe deer have been visiting and it has disappeared. Hey ho.
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