As stated in my previous post, spring started with some unseasonal weather with lots of rain and even some snow (see below).
I tried to continue with the Southwell Trail photography whenever the rain eased but often had to abandon the walks - getting soaked for photography started to wear thin after a couple of days!
There were a few breaks in the cloud and I particularly like this image with the sun highlighting the vegetable pickers in one of the fields off the Southwell Trail - although they had my sympathy for working on the land in the wet and presumably muddy conditions:
In this next selection I liked the contrast between the sunlit field, the heavy skies, and the pylon with the wind turbines in the background:
Despite the weather there was a bit of spring on show including some willow catkins, a lesser celadine, and some chickweed flowers:
Completing part two of the spring series are a these wet trail views including snow at the entrance: