Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

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The theme for this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge is Changing Seasons.  I thought this photograph taken last February was very apt as to me it shows Spring symbolised by the snowdrops emerging from Winter symbolised by the snow

Spring is my favourite season – so much promise, freshness and excitement in the garden.

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