Rainbows are not usually associated with Christmas, but this year with the wild, wet and sometimes balmy weather we have been blessed with, a few wonderful sightshave been seen set against wild grey/ blue skies.
On clear days we reap the wonderful sunsets against deep blue skies. Surrounded by water on three sides as we are on the Wirral undoubtedly lends an extra level of ethereal essence to the colours we experience.
In this balmy winter-spring hinterland bulbs are popping the ground and buds bursting the twigs. It is possible to see Rosemary, Daffodils, Primula, Roses, Cyclamen and Primrose all at the same time.
BUT......... many hundreds of seagulls are collecting on inland fields to hunker down for Storm Frank that is heading our way tomorrow.
In the 'Wilderness' we should have been busy clearing the wildflower beds and be preparing for sowing of the new seed in the meadow. So far we are still waiting for the go ahead.
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