These Three Cornered Leeks grow like weeds everywhere in my garden, in the flowerbeds and the lawn and I do love them even though I have no control over them, so delicate and pretty and it's always fab to lie on the lawn in the grass and capture their lovely flowers.
I was fortunate to be able to spend some time last month in the Swiss mountains and near Lake Garda in Italy. I have been to the mountains many times but never in late April. There was a lot less snow this last winter season so spring came early which meant I got to see the thousands of crocuses which cover the mountains. It is truly a beautiful sight.
The bluebells appearing is, for me, the end of spring and the start of summer. I didn't think I would get out to see them this year but I managed a last minute day trip with a friend, and it was a fabulous day. I loved the mix of the bright green new leaves against the wonderful blue/purple of the bluebells. This patch is definitely going in the diary for next year!
I'm so pleased to have an image shortlisted in the Camera Jabber Photographer of the Year competition.
Thank you to CameraJabber.com for choosing my picture and thank you to mpb.com for lending me the Sony 90mm Macro lens I used to take the picture.