Snow and freezing temperatures? In March? In Ireland? Well, it isn’t what I would expect from a generally mild climate, but there you have it. I have to say that the cold weather has allowed me to organize some of the inside of my house without feeling the pull of the garden! I guess I needed that excuse to get my work done. Yesterday we had snow, sun, more snow, and more sun. I took a bunch of photos throughout the day and this morning, all from the same spot. That would be called distraction from housework. 🙂
I love how the sun changes the look of everything. It was very strange to see it snowing while there was a beautiful sunset!
The second picture isn’t as nice as the first snowing picture, but I thought the sky was amazing.
So I haven’t been doing much in my garden. It is working away, though, all on its own.
I took some pictures of a handsome pheasant the other day. I was driving on our back roads in no hurry to get anywhere when I came across this lovely guy. I rolled down my window and got a couple of shots.
They are so beautiful! We have quite a few in our area. It is not unusual to see them running through the back field. Thankfully, we don’t see many rabbits…
I think we’re in the lion phase of March … here’s to hoping the lamb shows up soon!
Now that is the kind of snow I could live with! What beautiful shots of the pheasant.
Patinaandcompany, you are right – it’s gone in hours! Not like in Canada. 🙂
Love that very cute bunny in the garden. 😉
Thanks Malou! That is the kind of bunny I like having in our garden – not so much the eating veggie kind! Thanks for stopping by 🙂
Spring is on its way. It will not be long before those raised garden boxes will start to produce, not long now.
Thank God for spring! I know it is coming, but it sure is cold still! We had another hard frost last night! That doesn’t usually happen in Ireland. I can’t wait to see produce in the raised beds 🙂