Photo of the month

April's Theme

Our theme for April is landscapes, this past year our salvage has been the great outdoors. Send us your best landscape shots!

Share your photo by the end of the month for your chance to win £50 to spend with us at Bob Books & a featured blog.

Congratulations to our March winner Nicole & her photograph 'Surrounded by Cherry blossom trees'

Read more on our blog!


Spring

26th March 2021

Lorraine Bowkett

morning blossom

26th March 2021

Henny Jenkins

a pink spring

26th March 2021

Henny Jenkins

All go at the hive entrance

24th March 2021

Claire Waring

Welcoming the spring

24th March 2021

Claire Waring

Snowdrops in the wood

24th March 2021

Claire Waring

Keeping out of the wind

24th March 2021

Claire Waring

The bee and the blue

24th March 2021

Claire Waring

The beginning of the apple

24th March 2021

Claire Waring

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Mar 2021

Surrounded by Cherry blossom trees

24th March 2021

Nicole Knight

Serene

24th March 2021

Nicole Knight

Sakura

24th March 2021

Nicole Knight

Get deck chair ready!

23rd March 2021

Rachael White

The first sign

20th March 2021

Lorraine Gissing

Burst of Spring

16th March 2021

michelle o'neill

A New Home

16th March 2021

Sandra Clarke

Spring

Lorraine Bowkett

Beautiful spring lambs just been born

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morning blossom

Henny Jenkins

A sea of lilac, lavender fills our kitchen with a gentle floral aroma at the peak of spring

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a pink spring

Henny Jenkins

the beginning of spring, a sea of pink blossom across my garden wall, thriving and illuminating my garden wall.

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All go at the hive entrance

Claire Waring

As the weather warms and the flowers begin to open, worker bees are busy collecting pollen and bringing it back to the hive to feed the ever increasing numbers of young larvae.

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Welcoming the spring

Claire Waring

A chive flower begins to split open in the spring.

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Snowdrops in the wood

Claire Waring

From just a few plants many years ago, the snowdrops in our wood have multiplied to form a wonderful sight in the early spring.

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Keeping out of the wind

Claire Waring

Thrift plants provide a splash of colour as they nestle into the craggy corners of the rock face, clinging on and sheltering from the wind.

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The bee and the blue

Claire Waring

Grape hyacinths provide an early source of pollen for honey bees as the nest is beginning to expand and all those new larvae need feeding!

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The beginning of the apple

Claire Waring

One out of every three mouthfuls we take depends on bees as pollinators. In the spring, apple trees can be heard humming as bees fly about their most important business.

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Surrounded by Cherry blossom trees

Nicole Knight

Osaka Castle Park, Japan

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Serene

Nicole Knight

Osaka Castle Park, Japan

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Sakura

Nicole Knight

Taken in Yoyogi Park, Japan

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Get deck chair ready!

Rachael White

Our cheeky cat getting her spot in the spring sun.

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The first sign

Lorraine Gissing

Spring lamb feeding... when you know Spring has sprung!

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Burst of Spring

michelle o'neill

Bursting in colour the first Daffodils of Spring

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A New Home

Sandra Clarke

The nesting box in my garden always attracts a new family every spring.

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