I love taking photographs almost as much as making miniatures and gardening - so now that Spring has arrived, and I'm just back from a lovely visit to family and a holiday in Yorkshire - there have been lots of opportunities to snap away....
Given that there's a whole family of dolls that need wigging, our latest 1/48th piece hasn't been photographed yet, and I'm still tackling the holiday washing - no pics of miniatures this time!
The Cowslips in my 'wild meadow' (a really tiny patch, to be honest) look wonderful and are spreading. I planted some when we moved here less than three years ago, but find to my delight that they are popping up all over the garden so they must have grown here once before. I love the way that surprise seedlings and plants just appear when you inherit an old garden.
Finally - between Filey and Bridlington on A165 - the life sized Dotterel Shepherd and his sheep march across a roundabout!!! Amazing!! Fabulous I thought, although I gather the sculpture by Ronald Falck gets a mixed reaction. My husband kindly went round twice and parked in a layby so I could take pictures - I'm sure I'm not the only one. I'd have loved to get closer - if you're interested, Google it for more pictures and info.