It being May, we were lucky enough to catch the bluebells in bloom in many locations, but this bluebell copse on Dartmoor in Devon was our favorite:
Along with primroses, which I'm more used to seeing in the garden center, not growing wild!
No, it's not really a snowflake...it's one of the chandeliers in the Assembly Room at Bath!
Is it some primordial monster from the depths of space? Nope, it's a glass sculpture at the Victoria and Albert Museum:
On the straight and narrow on Dartmoor:
Even the chimneys at Hampton Court are worth photographing:
And again, it being May, we saw lambs. A lot of very, very, very cute lambs!
Not to mention cows, source of the copious amounts of clotted cream we consumed. Here is a new breed photographed in the New Forest, the demi-cow--ideal for smaller farms:
It's great to be home! :)