star of bethlehem under the trees

and a riot of blackthorn, lilac, apple and cherry when we took the dog to Aston’s Eyot this evening. The sun was setting in a ball of orange flame over the river, almost opposite the moon, which is huge now it’s nearly full. Wisteria on all the houses, and flowers in shades of purple, blue and yellow in the gardens. The hawthorns are packed with flower buds. Everything is making up for the long, harsh winter we’ve had and it’s all bursting out a month early.

Hmm, don’t think much of the camera on my iPhone 4, even in good light there seems to be a lot of digital noise. Maybe mine’s faulty. Must take my camera out with me like I used to.

None of this is getting my book revised!

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