Spring bulbs are emerging particularly early this year.
Not only blooming snowdrops & daffodils,
but tulip & hyacinth leaves have poked through the ground, also.
I have been gardening in this same place for over 35 years,
and this is the earliest, by a large margin,
for these flower bulbs.
Argh! Please excuse my focus.
I should have had my glasses on!
Here the flowers look so small & insignificant.
It is a south-facing rise, a break in the trees,
a particularly sunny area.
Also a tractor & vehicle shortcut,
across a fork in the road,
which makes me think it amazing the daffodils have persevered.