Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Blossom blossom everywhere

The temperatures in Cambridgeshire have been edging towards mild (for the time of year of course) and the blossom is bursting out almost before our eyes. The almond tree in the garden just a week ago was in tight bud but over the past few days as the sun has shone for longer they have opened out in a froth of candy floss pink attracting the early insects. Against the blue skies they look pale but as the evening light moves round and lower the tree catches the last rays and the colours deepen and take on the hues of the sunset.

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