Springwatch; In which I resort to bribery to keep you coming back for more...

>> Thursday, 28 April 2011

Go on; admit it. You thought I wasn't going to post today, didn't you? You thought, it's another week of bare earth and she's run out of things to do with lego figurines, so she's just going to bin the whole sorry experiment.

Well, I have to admit I thought about it.

But then... Look! LOOK!


















What, you can't see it? It's there. There!

Oh, for Pete's sake. Click on the picture. Now can you see the new plants coming through? Amazing, isn't it?

OK, thanks for humouring me. Want to see some semi-clad army recruits that I photographed as I walked through a forest this morning, instead? You do?


















Philistines, the lot of you...

(And I know you just clicked on that one too...)

10 comments:

MsCaroline 28 April 2011 at 13:25  

Hmmm...you've got very astute insight into human nature. I did, indeed, click on both of them. But purely out of curiousity for the 2nd one. Really...

2 questions:

1. Yay! What are they? Crocus? Daffodils? Tulips? Do you even know yet?

2. What's the brown thing hanging in the tree toward the left of the photo?

I'm So Fancy 28 April 2011 at 14:53  

And I was starting to drift off on the plant watch thing but then you pulled me right back with naked young men. Thank you. I needed that.

Windmill Tales 28 April 2011 at 16:00  

Brightened up my cuppa tea break that did :)

The Paw Relations 28 April 2011 at 16:17  

Semi naked men.

What was I doing and why am I here?

Nevermind. Semi naked men.

nappy valley girl 28 April 2011 at 16:21  

You may not have plants but you have half naked Russian squaddies in your forest. At least life isn't boring in Moscow!

Expat mum 28 April 2011 at 18:01  

Are you sure it's safe to take photos of military people. Or do you just not care?

Potty Mummy 28 April 2011 at 18:06  

MsC, Q1: I believe they're hostas. Good ground cover, not particularly pretty though, sadly. 2. Brown thing in a tree started life as a kvas bottle and is now bird feeder (The Russians do like to help our feathered friends).

ISF, I knew it would help...

WT, always happy to oblige!

Paw, hilarious! (I tweeted your comment. Would have included your twiter name but couldn't find it - sorry)

NVG, it certainly isn't!

EPM, well if they didn't want their photo taken, surely they would wear shirts?

Pig in the Kitchen 2 May 2011 at 05:42  

Yum. they are a bit pale though...
;-)

Paradise Lost In Translation 3 May 2011 at 07:37  

And I thought Albania was bizarre... I don't wish to spoil anyone's fun by asking the obvious question, but why ARE they naked? oops, semi naked?? I mean it's spring in Russia isn't it? (which to everyone else means winter)

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