Ox-eye Daisies

Not too sure about this. An abstract generated from the colour image in extras using an online site called LunaPic which I found by a Google search.

It's been fascinating watching the successions of spring flowers this year. Snowdrops, daffodils, tulips, bluebells, buttercups, all have featured in many a blip. Now we're moving on to the Ox-eye Daisy which is just as beautiful in its own right in swathes as we saw them today.

A walk on the North Downs this morning in more clear, sunny weather and a little cooler than of late which made for enjoyable walking conditions. Many more people out and about in the White Horse Woods at the top of the Downs. Plenty of cars in the car park and more than a few on the verges of an adjacent lane to avoid the parking charges.

An afternoon at the allotment, planting out dwarf beans, sprouts and lettuce and sowing more radishes while Susan planted out some of her summer bedding. We rounded off the afternoon with more weeding and yet more watering. The soil is so dry and dusty.

Thank you for hosting Miranda1008 and Ingeborg

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