or maybe two or three days of sun and a little warmth. There is real difference to the greening of the roadside hedges. And here at the car park, the green buds have unfurled and the winter’s dried brown beech leaves are sprinkled across the Tarmac. The rain this morning has probably helped. But it ispatchy, with a rogue elder shrub, splaying its new growth like a star burst beyond the bounds of the ordered hedge height and width.
Grey drear morning. Which just made the brilliant gorse flowers stand out even more against the fresh brightness of the new leaves. Little sparks of sunshine to greet us drivers as we passed .
Friday. Hope yours can be happy and bright.