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It is easy to forget the natural beauty that surrounds us during the challenging and uncertain times that we currently find ourselves in.
This year’s spring equinox was last Friday, on March 20, and already the signs of a new season are sprouting up around us.
Lambs being born, buds shooting out from trees and spring flowers blossoming are welcome reminders that life goes on.
Here are a few of the spring sights that have been seen within walking distance of the Courier’s home-office.
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This rabbit has emerged from his burrow to enjoy the spring weather. 50_c13spring01
A primrose sprouts from the undergrowth. 50_c13spring02
A carpet of daffodils blankets the ground in yellow. 50_c13spring03
New buds appear beside a flowering head on this Camellia bush. 50_c13spring04
Bees have awakened in time to collect pollen and nectar from their preferred plants. 50_c13spring05
Fresh greens appear on branches. 50_c13spring06