Silent Sunday 14.2.16

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Lovely blue sky and love the blossom coming through. I guess spring isn’t that far off?

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    • That’s exactly what I thought! I’m sure the blossom is a lot earlier than it was last year and the blue sky makes a nice change.

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  2. That’s going to look beautiful. I hope the frost doesn’t get it as everything seems to be blooming early this year. Wonderful to see blue sky again too. #MySundayPhoto

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    • Thanks very much, it’s definitely blooming early this year! My daffodils have been hit by frost a couple of times, but they’ve bounced back!

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  3. What lovely blue sky, wish we got more of it, Clio lending a helping hand for Coombe Mill

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    • Thanks very much, Clio! We had a few blue skies at the end of the week. It’s so good to see them again!

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  4. I love Magnolia trees – saw one in full bloom yesterday

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    • Wow, that’s amazing! I was surprised to see the blossom coming out on mine so early this year. I think it was in full bloom in the first week of April last year.

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  5. I love blue sky and always take pictures of it! This is beautiful and the blossom isn’t bad either ha! Hopeful signs of Spring xx

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    • Thanks very much! Just what I thought. Such a change from the rain we’ve had lately.

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    • Thanks very much, they really are fleeting! This is in my garden and we missed the best of it last year by going on holiday for less than five days!

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    • Thanks very much. I really love spring too 🙂 x

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    • It was a beautiful day, but still quite cold!

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  6. This feels like such a Springtime photo, really need this after the weather we’ve had this past week

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    • Thanks very much! It’s a real relief after all the rain.

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  7. Surely that should be snow, not blossom! Ive always wanted a blossom tree in my garden. Gorgeous.

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    • Ha ha, it is rather early! We’ve always been lucky with blossom trees – we had some beautiful ones at our old house and now we’ve got this one!

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    • Thanks very much, just what I thought! I had to photograph it 🙂

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    • It was very cold, but a really beautiful day x

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    • It certainly is magnolia! I love the start of spring too 🙂

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  8. I love blossom trees, cant believe we are seeing signs of spring already, where has the time gone x

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    • It’s definitely quite early this year, but time certainly does seem to have flown since Christmas!

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  9. We too have blossom in our garden but sadly no bright blue skies. Lovely picture and I actually got a little excited that Spring is around the corner (hopefully) x

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    • Thanks very much! We’ve had a lot of blue skies lately, but far too cold! x

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    • Thanks very much. It really is coming early!

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    • Thanks very much, it definitely needs to warm up!

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  10. Such a lovely thing to see on a cold day like today! Promise of spring makes cold days and nights more bearable =) #mysundayphoto

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  11. I see from the comments that I was right and it is a Magnolia 🙂 Gorgeous against that beautiful blue sky!

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