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Some fresh frames from the Fudge! Flowers are finally blooming here in the Bonny Land.












































































































































Yes, okay, that last one isn't floral. It is the Clyde estuary, looking North from Greenock. As I drove over to Edinburgh, I thought yet again that I ought to take some time to stop and catch the scenery. Finally did that!

11 comments:

  1. Ohhhh Bonnyland is waking up and spring has sprung.
    Love the daffies!!
    Hugs madi and mom

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  2. Most of my daffs have 'gone over' and I'm now search something flowering for Friday's event
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  3. Oh so beautiful ~ lovely floral macro shots and bringing spring to us ~ thanks,

    Wishing you a Happy Week ~ ^_^

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  4. Crikey ...... way to go Fudge!! Dory would have loved all of those flowers, aye?? AND, of course, you had to go and spoil it with that last one. Mum's ready to pack her bags again.

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  5. The daffodils below my front window is about to bloom.
    Coffee is on

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  6. First class photos today. Well done the Fudge!

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  7. it's great to walk through a flower-bonny land :o) I always think not only the nature is fresh and brandnew, I feel fresh and like "refurbished" too :o)

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  8. Hello, pretty spring blooms. I love the view of the estuary too. Great series. Have a happy day!

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  9. So pretty, the tulips up in the Skagit Valley are blooming.http://www.tulipfestival.org/news/article/tulip_town_to_open_on_march_31_2017_roozengaarde_open_and_charging_admissio

    I love the colors of spring.
    Beautiful photos as always.

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  10. Such lovely scenery! But the flowers warm the cockles of me heart!
    Our crocus are about 1" tall, no flowers yet!!! xx

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  11. Your lovely photos touched my soul. Janice xx

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