Signs of spring

Spring flowers are at last starting to make their presence known in this part of the country, with snowdrops being the most prominent. This view was taken at the head of Loch Craignish beside the road to Ardfern – BondBloke’s holiday territory.

I went down Loch Fyne a little way to bash a few squares and this was the pick of the crop:

Back up the road and found these early coltsfoot flowers beside the loch but dangerously close to a place were fishermen park their vans – let’s hope they survive!

And, just to round off this quick photo tour, here’s a nice view of the loch itself:

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One Response to “Signs of spring”

  1. The Old Goat Says:

    Ah, Pat, how one longs to be back in such beautiful countryside even for the briefest of visits. City life is all very well, but one does long for the smell of the ocean and the tranquility of the countryside…


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