Temporary reprieve from rain

 buttercup time the last of the violets
buttercup time and the last of the violets

the grassy path and Notre Dame ChurchThe Church at Notre Dame de Cenilly

  wysteria  lush greenery   selfish parkers I don’t think that selfish parker realises how difficult it is for
a wobbly old woman to climb past his car!   

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9 Responses to Temporary reprieve from rain

  1. So lush and green. I miss the greens of Normandy

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  2. Wow! Eight days of rain…that’s a lot…I bet everything will just grow exponentially now! It’s neat to see where you are in the cycle…we’re just getting our first violets and dandelions here. 🙂

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  3. tialys says:

    Small consolation for endless rain but at least everything looks lovely and green!

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  4. Misky says:

    It’s still blowing a gale here. I’ve been chasing patio furniture across the tiles all day. >

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  5. granny1947 says:

    Lovely pics Viv.
    Winter has arrived here….brrrrrrrrrr.

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  6. Jo Woolf says:

    Lovely to see the greens, Viv, and the sunshine! Endless rain and wind here. Perhaps we should blame it on the politicians! 🙂

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