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Copper Beech, Stile and A Cornish Lane

Next door’s Copper Beech is glorious!

Copper Beech leaves against a very blue sky

We visited another Open Studio today, not over the stile, just down the lane and we bought a beautiful small painting. It has to stay in situ until the Open studios event is over so I will show you when we bring it home.

Stone stile

Our Cornish lanes have the most beautiful hedgerows at the moment – Pink Campion, Bluebells, Cow Parsley (which my SIL calls Queen Anne’s  Lace, a much prettier name) and greenery and all under a blue, blue sky.

Cornish lane

 

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Window, Water and Woodland Flowers

We drove past this front door today and I love the stained glass window.DSCN1302

At the nursery I was looking at the lupins as I like how raindrops collect and magnify.DSCN1305

In the grounds of Burncoose Nursery I was delighted to see that we hadn’t missed the Bluebells in full bloom.

 

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Bluebells, Ginger and A Mermaid

I was given this beautiful necklace for my birthday a few weeks ago and I just love it. The colours are gorgeous and Bluebells are some of my favourite wild flowers.

Bluebell necklace

Bluebell necklace

Ginger is my favourite snack!

Crystallised ginger

Crystallised ginger

Just before Christmas, a young friend held a Pop-up Art exhibition to raise money for refugees in Lesvos.   Click here for lots of photos of the event. This little Mermaid was the piece of art that I bought. She is on the wall in our kitchen.

Mermaid by Carol Buller

Mermaid by Carol Buller

 
 

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Singing, Choir-babies and Bluebells

1   We had the most amazing and magical session at Suitcase Singers this morning – a rehearsal for our concert next week in the very lovely Trebah Gardens in aid of Dementia UK.

Concert at Trebah Gardens

Concert at Trebah Garden

2   Our Choir-babies are growing up!

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3 Grand-baby B had a lovely evening among the bluebells the other day and the photos came to us today.

Bluebell walking through the bluebells

Grand-baby B walking through the bluebells

 

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One Sheep, A Windmill and Another Lane

After a morning working in the garden, we went back to one of the nurseries we had visited yesterday, driving again through lovely Cornish countryside. Here is a lone windmill, a lone sheep on a hill and us alone on a narrow Cornish lane with Bluebells and Pink Campions. All photos taken from the moving car. Peace and love to you all.

Lone sheep on the hill

Lone sheep on the hill

Single windmill

Single windmill

Cornish lane

Cornish lane

 

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Plant a Tree for Hope and A Gallery of Beauty

My blog is for the Beautiful Things that I find around me every day and I have found some, of which more later. We have spent the day driving in our beautiful county of Cornwall, looking for a tree to plant in our garden, not in memory of someone we have lost but in the name of hope for the future, despite the fact that  we are to have a Conservative government for another five years. So much of our social fabric has been destroyed over the last five years that first thing this morning, all we all felt was despair but we have to bounce back, organise and care for each other. In the words of a friend “It’s a perfect opportunity to practise loving kindness, compassion, service, smiling and being kind – even in adverse circumstances.”

Now, a gallery of today’s beauty. Click on any photo for detail or the caption. All these things have made me smile.

 

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Glendurgan Gardens, Bluebells and A Maze

It’s Bluebell time and I had heard that the Bluebells in the Gardens of Glendurgan are stunning so off we went. I just have to say here, for those who know about my hip replacement, that to set off without a stick, to be able to stomp about wherever I want, to walk right down the valley to the beach and back makes me so very happy! Please enjoy the walk with us. Click on any photo for the caption and an enlargement.

 

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