Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Churchyard Snowdroops







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  1. Pretty church & beautiful snowdrops!

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  2. Great captures, at least you are getting some sign of springtime where you are. Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. You would not thing so at the moment with the snow and cold weather we have

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  3. How nice of the flowers to bloom in such a beautiful spot!

    https://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2018/02/cooking-with-nonna-part-one-nonnas-four.html

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    1. And Agatha Christie if buried over near the trees you see in the first photo

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  4. I love the snowdrops. We have to wait for them for quite some time yet. It's exceptionally cold here now.

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    1. It's cold here as well. -8.6 in our back yard last night

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  5. Can't wait for spring to arrive here!
    Thanks for sharing these photos at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/02/preparing-for-next-exhibit.html. They're delightful!

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  6. Lovely snowdrops there. Ah spring!

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  7. That church looks like a very interesting tour opportunity. Nice set of images Bill. Thanks for stopping by Driller's Place.

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  8. Beautiful! Both church and snowdrops. I understand the Beast from the East is making itself known in that part of the world.

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    1. It is, I'll be posting photos in due course showed a few yesterday

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  9. Thanks for the link to the photos of the church itself. The interior is most handsome. I love the contrast between the dark trusses and the light walls.

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