Sometimes an April day will suddenly bring showers, rain to grow the flowers - and so it seems, as suddenly there is an abundance of colours.
We were wandering locally. Cornwall never lets you down. It's not just beaches, though some are quite special.
An early display of bluebells almost hidden in the hedgerow.
Not sure what the small flowers are but they brighten an old wall.
We looked down on the valley with the old chimney, from the china clay industry, still in position.
More ways to brighten an old Cornish wall.
An abundance of forget-me-nots
Back to reality, this little fellow joined us on our walk but soon got bored with our company.
Colour on the bushes.
A rhododendron in all its glory.
Ah, and just in case you need to know the time - a dandelion clock.
A colourful duo - a post box and a yellow hydrant sign - the numbers indicate the size of the water main (top number) and the bottom number indicates the distance to the actual hydrant.
Remember though: Ne'er cast a clout till May is out. Back in the 15th century clout meant a fragment of clothing.
Thank you for visiting my blog ~ Mike.