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A rainbow of spring flowers – in Bristol

I admit that at this time of year I often crave a little tropical sunshine, but one of the nice things about living in England is the changing of the seasons.

Spring is warming the streets of Bristol and everywhere I go I’m noticing the colourful spring flowers, whether it’s in peoples’ front gardens or in the bedding displays in public places.

So here’s a rainbow of flowers to put you in the spring mood – feel free to sing along.

Red and yellow…

and pink and green.

Purple and orange…

and blue.

Spring flowers in Bristol
I can sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow…

sing a rainbow too.

Spring bedding in Bristol
P.S. No artificial colourings were used in the making of this blog.

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You can see all my flower photos on my flickr site here.

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    Erica
    February 16, 2009 at 10:46 pm

    Beautiful! Now it’s soon spring again.

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