These tiny flowers are often seen peeping through short grass.
By the entrance to the churchyard at Claverley.
A few speedwell flowers can be seen hiding in the vegetation surrounding the coltsfoot.
The flowers are one of the last of the autumn. Here in mid-April the fruit were ripe.
Rooted in the mud below water, with the leaves (and flowers) floating on the surface.
A row of copper beeches along Tettenhall Road by St Judes church.
Elms flower in February. By mid-April, when this picture was taken, the fruits (left) are beginning to develop. Even without the effects of Dutch Elm disease, it is rare for the seeds to ripen.
This handsome drake is one of the ducks on the pool outside Boscobel House.
The “royal” oak behind Boscobel House, looking ever more enfeebled.
A mountain ash flowering.
This peculiar chicken had its own dust bath right by the pool at Boscobel House.