Friday, May 15, 2015

Five on Friday

Joining in this week with  Amy at Love Made my Home and Five on Friday.  Click on the link at the bottom of this post to find others who are joining in too.

The world has gone yellow again.  We drove over to Castleton yesterday and the roadsides were yellow with dandelions and so were many fields.  So I thought I'd share five photos of lovely seasonal and yellow plants and flowers that we've seen whilst we've been out and about this week.

1. Tulips and primroses


2.  Meadows and verges full of dandelions


3.  Marsh Marigolds or Kingcups

4. Gorse

5. Cowslips

I have a busy day ahead today so I'll pop by and visit your Five on Friday posts later on.

Have a lovely weekend

35 comments:

  1. Lovely Rosie, I do love cowslips.
    Have a great weekend.

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    1. Cowslips always remind me of my childhood. Hope you have a lovely weekend too:)

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  2. Well that's a glorious start to my day. Thank you, Rosie. x

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    1. Glad you enjoyed the colour, thought I'd better be more cheerful after my last post:)

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  3. Everything's yellow by us too, but my garden is full of blue right now. Have a good weekend x

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    1. Ah, yes - our garden is more purple and pink with the aquilegias and rhododendrons coming out. Hope you ahve a good weekend too:)

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  4. Yellow and gorgeous. All that lovely fresh air!

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    1. It was lovely to be out and about in it:)

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  5. After the rush of daffs everything is yellow again...just beautiful.

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    1. Yellow looks so glorious in the sunshine doesn't it?:)

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    1. Thank you, Michelle - I can't return the compliment of a comment on your post because I'm not on google plus - but I have been to read your Five on Friday:)

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  7. Beautiful photos such a delight to see all those blooms.

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    1. Thank you, glad you enjoyed it:)

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  8. I love the cowslips. Beautiful. Beckie

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    1. Thank you for your comment - the cowslips are beautiful aren't they?:)

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  9. The yellow is so uplifting! I love the cowslips. x

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    1. Cowslips remind me of my childhood - I thought the yellow would be cheering after my last 'pink' post:)

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  10. The spring time flowers are so lovely.

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    1. Thank you. They do cheer you up don't they?:)

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  11. Pretty!!!! And one of my favorite colors...all yellow!!

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    1. Ah, yellow is so cheering isn't it?:)

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  12. Who can resist a flower of any colour at this time of year, but the yellow really does pop and look so bright and beautiful against the spring green doesn't it! Sorry to be brief today, but thank you so much for joining in despite me being missing. I hope that you have a great weekend! xx

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    1. Thank you for visiting, Amy I know your time is precious at the moment so thank you for organising Five on Friday I hope all is well with you - have a lovely weekend:)

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  13. Sorry if this is duplicated, my flipping phone! Those flowers are beautiful and yellow is such a cheerful colour. A lovely five on Friday x

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    1. No just the one - thank you. Glad you enjoyed the photos:)

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  14. Lovely. The Dandelions have looked spectacular in the fields of late. You can't help but cheered up my all this yellow xxx

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    1. Isn't it funny how the dandelions look wonderful anywhere but in your own garden - the lawn is covered again:)

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  15. A lovely sunshiney color.

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    1. Thanks, Chris glad you enjoyed the photos:)

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    1. Thanks, glad you enjoyed the yellow:)

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  18. Hello Rosie, I'm an illustrator and I came across your post on made 11/12/12 while searching for images of men in Tudor costume. I was wondering if you would grant me permission to use the male figure in one of your photographs from that post as reference for an illustration. I have completed the image, please contact me at lcleahcoleman@gmail.com if you would prefer that I didn't publish my illustration online. Either way I enjoyed your post! Thanks

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    1. Thanks, Leah that's fine - I've e-mailed you:)

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