Sat. 24th april 2010.
After probably more than 25 visits over the last 12 months I finally filmed my last shots to complete my film of John william's Garden on the Moor that I started filming last May.This is my 3rd visit in 2 weeks to film the daffodils, they've been very slow in opening owing to the late spring and north facing aspect, another few days will see them at their best but I'm going away for a few days so this morning has been a slight compromise.
I've also noticed that spring is racing forward in my own garden in the past week and all the spring flowers are looking good in the bright warm sunshine.
A few shots of my Garden
My colony of Wood Anemones has started to spread
The first Marsh Mariogold
Celandines by the stream it's surprising where they colonize
Cowslips by the pond
Snake's head fritillary
In the Scree garden ....one of my favourites.... the Pasque flower
My name is David Crossley I am married with two grown up children and five grandchildren. I am a retired Engineering Instructor, retired in 1999. I have many interests - I am a member of Burnley Film Makers, an amateur film maker and photographer, a walker,all aspects of the great outdoors, wildlife gardening, wild life ponds and wild orchids. The highlight of my walking was probably trekking through the Himalayas in Nepal.
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