20 thoughts on “MarySmith’sPlace – #WordlessWednesday #Spring #Dumfries&Galloway

    • Yesterday was horrendous here, too. We had sunshine to start the day followed by rain, sleet, snow, hail and more rain. Today is grey and wet. I’m glad I have my photos as evidence that spring really is here!

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  1. I’m just glad to see it’s STILL spring, somewhere. It’s been HOT here, until yesterday and today, which is coasting along in the mid-70’s. But by tomorrow, it’s climbing again, as summer is stomping spring into the sand. šŸ˜¦ OH, well. So I’ll be trapped inside until fall. It will just mean more writing time, right? šŸ˜€

    The photos are gorgeous, btw. Are those rhodendrons in the top one? I’ve seen them and mountain laurels (a close relative) up in North Carolina, but we don’t have them here. And what are the next two? The lavender buds look like our “orchid” trees, and I’m guessing the white one is a fruit tree of some kind?

    The lambs are sweet! Another sign that your longed-for spring is arriving, methinks. Good luck with that! šŸ™‚ ā¤

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    • Oh, Marcia, it’s so cold here I’d love to swap with you! Mid-70s sounds like heaven. I know it is spring because we have lambs and the magnolias are coming out and the rhodedendrons (in a few weeks they will be magnificent) and the ospreys have arrived but it feels like winter.

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      • I can deal with mid-70s. I’d be happy with a range of mid-40s at night to mid-60’s or 70’s in the daytime. But once it’s over 80 degress outside, I’m pretty much inside for the duration. And don’t even ask me about those triple digit weeks in July and August. I can’t even stay outside long enough to water my potted plants! We should seriously consider changing places. šŸ˜€ ā¤

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  2. Beautiful Spring photos, Mary! šŸ˜€ The rhododendrons are always such a glorious celebration of the season and lambs are so cute … they always remind me of my childhood when Iā€™d see them scuttling around the fields near the Yorkshire moors! Wishing you a Happy Easter!

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