The beautiful nature of May

Hi. How are you? All these pictures have been taken in Windsor over the past week or so. I’m really into what’s growing at the moment. Isn’t nature beautiful? What a glorious month May is my friends!

This blossom above and below is HM The Queen’s blossom. It was taken in the grounds of The Royal Household Bowling Club. This is next door to Frogmore Cottage, ex home of Harry and Meghan. David’s band played a gig at the bowling club. They were awesome as is the blossom.

Just a ball of loveliness really isn’t it? Melts my heart..and I haven’t even had a drink yet 🤣🤣.

The rest of the pics below are little visions of beauty around my local housing estate. There really is a lot of prettiness all around these days.

Perfect little pom poms of joy!

I am so happy when I see these things.

Which is your favourite?

Isn’t it incredible the amount of detail you get with an iPhone camera these days. I’m loving the edging on each petal of this dandelion.

So now I’ve just realised I forgot to tell you about Part Two of our Cambridge trip last weekend….oops!

I don’t think I really had many photos left to show you, but I can say we had an excellent dinner at The Ivy in Cambridge with Hazel, so I’m looking forward to The Ivy Windsor opening this summer. After that we went for cocktails at one of Hazel’s favourite places called “Town and Gown”. Then on the Sunday we had a long lie in at our hotel while Hazel got up ridiculously early to watch the sun rise on May Day at a student event. She said there wasn’t much sun, I think we’d had it all the day before. We then met Hazel for more tours of her College and marching at top speed all over Cambridge and relaxing over nice brunch at The Copper Kettle. There were masses of hen parties in Cambridge for bank holiday weekend.

This building above is Cambridge University Library. It’s massive. Hazel doesn’t actually use this library as she prefers her nearer College Lbrary. She also doesn’t use books much these days, studying science. I guess it’s just a laptop and the quiet space.

More pretty pictures of Windsor to follow next time. Have a lovely evening/day/afternoon wherever you may be 😊XX

Published by thewindsorwaffle

I love food and cooking (and eating). I live in Windsor, Berkshire with my husband David.

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