More signs of spring. This was the first dandelion I saw this year.
The buds on this ash tree are another sign that spring is finally beginning to come.
A feathery moss growing on a tree trunk.
The spring flowers are slowly coming, as this lesser celandine which had as yet only half opened.
A pair of rooks by their nest. This pair are from the small rookery by Kinver war memorial.
The (roundish) fruit and (long, thin) catkins of an alder tree.
This lichen was growing on the gnarled trunk of an old hawthorn.
The large and sticky buds of the horse chestnut are unmistakable.
Not really wild, but these crocuses growing on a verge are a beautiful sign that better weather should soon be with us.
Leaves edged with what will hopefully be one of the last frosts of the season.
Ivy fruit looking purple in bright, early spring sunshine. More often the fruit look black.
An old, dead oak stands stark even when compared to the denuded but living trees behind it.