24 April 2014
In the last week or so, we have been experiencing some glorious spring weather, with clear blue skies providing a striking back-drop to emerging blossom and leaves.
The clouds of white flowers on the orchard pear trees at Martins' Meadows really caught my eye - particularly when pictured close-up.
Even now, at this early stage in the year you can already see the immature pears taking shape behind the blousy flowers.
Not possible to show on a blog - but when I visited, the blooms were alive with the sound of bees - so hopefully there will be good pollination and the promise of a good harvest if the sharp night frosts didn't catch the trees.
Posted by Susan Stone