Lease of life

Spring is arriving with a stutter here in west London. The sun has been shining, but a piercing wind from the far north killing the benefits. But in my neighbourhood, the trees have blossomed and started to drop their delicate cargo. In our community garden, a robust clump of Euphorbia is radiating its yellow bounty along with other signs of life (including a plant I’m unable to identify). If Spring is here, can summer be far away?


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9 thoughts on “Lease of life

  1. There’s something almost Japanese about these photographs, Mike. (I have no idea where that came from, but it’s just what’s brought to mind!). I love Delicately Clustered and Concrete Scatterings, they’re both very evocative. Nice work, Mr O! :)

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