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Monday, 3 May 2010


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My World at the moment is filled with lovely flowers, like this marvellous bed of primroses in Stamford Park, on the border of Ashton and Stalybridge.

It's a shame I couldn't get to the park on Sunday to see the Tulip Sunday display, but, as you can see, the usual formal flower beds were glorious in the park a few days before the tulip event.

"Primroses" is my contribution to this week's "My World" feature. Please check out the other blogs participating in this week's My World.

See Birds Eye View of this location.


  1. Oh, what a lovely place and what beautiful flowers! Such a great photo! Thanks for sharing the beauty! Hope you have a wonderful week!


  2. aloha,

    what a beautiful park, i love the primroses, they are amazing grouped togehter like that

    thanks for showing us your world today

  3. Call in sick at work and just go!

  4. Those are exquisite. Thanks for this gorgeous display of flowers.

  5. Beautiful primroses in Stamford Park! The flower beds are indeed glorious.

  6. Gorgeous flowers (and the daffodils yesterday) such a pretty time of the year. A

  7. Martin, primrose the flower of the conservative party,what are you trying to say.

  8. I've never heard that, Sooty. Surely they are not blue enough? All I am saying is that I like primroses.

  9. That was the Primrose League founded in 1883, Sooty. Seems a shame to associate such a beautiful posy with politics. What a peaceful scene! Well done, Martin

  10. Glad to hear they still have Tulip Sunday= used to be one of my favourite days of the year


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