Today began with clouds so thick I could not see beyond the roof of the houses across from us. After a night of fierce sounding wind and rain, I was ready to wake to something more welcoming than another grey day. John said the morning mist was a good sign and usually meant that blue skies were there waiting for it to burn off.
He’s usually right about these things and today was no exception. After a late breakfast, we headed out with our cameras searching for snowdrops. John took me to this hill a few years ago which is always covered with them when they’re in season.
You have to get low to the ground to get them from this angle which can be a bit funny when the ground is damp and the slope makes you slide.
The churchyard had patches of snowdrops in places too, but only in a few spots.
Snowdrops grow wild here. Google sent me to a link that said they grow in America, but I’ve never seen them there before.
How about you … are snowdrops a part of your landscape?