Thursday, 4 March 2010

More rain

At last, after a dry winter, we’re getting plenty of rain and the stream from the spring at the top of the hill above the garden is rushing with water and the garden full of water droplets.

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8 comments:

Sheshanna said...

Oh what a beautiful selection of pictures and presented in such a lovely way! Makes one want to be ... in the garden!!!

Rowena... said...

With that welcome arrival of rain, I am eager to see what beautiful things will be coming out of your garden!

michelle said...

It's so refreshing to get a good rain. But I have to admit, we've had enough good rains lately to make me long for a good long stretch of dry and sunny weather! I love you photos, especially the one of the drop about fall from the tendril (passionfruit?).

Heiko said...

We must be just on the edge of your weather front. We're only getting the odd bit of drizzle, but we can't complain of lack of rain. However the temperatures have btaken a dip again, so I hope my seedling in the cold frame will be alright.

Jan said...

I'm sure this winter has been much drier here than the last one, but we usually get heavy spring rains, so here's hoping. We did have a whole day of heavy drizzle on Wednesday, so perhaps that's what you have here.

Stefaneener said...

We've had so much rain I forget its beauty and just grouch about not being able to run. Thanks for the reminder.

sleepyduck said...

Very nice. I can smell the damp countryside from here :-)

impoftheyard said...

I'm rather behind in checking out all the blogs so I've just looked at this today. I love your wettness shots.