cornish fields

today is  maundy thursday – the day of the last supper – and the start of the 3 day celebration of easter –  from the last supper, the crucifixion of Jesus, and the resurrection.  easter is a big holiday weekend, and today in cornwall, it was the hottest day of this year.  the fields of bluebells are just stunning – the landscape is forever mesmerising.  we took the ferry from padstow over to rock and along to lundy bay from polzeath and here we found the stunning fields of bluebells.

1 Response to “cornish fields”

  1. 1 Amanda Wragg April 27, 2011 at 7:32 pm

    Hello Christina – it’s been a while since we were in touch! My friend Jill is going to No 6 The Castle with her family and my other friend Jane and her lot – I raved about it and they’ve booked! I’m very envious. Jill and I are building a Yorkshire foodie’s website – check it out, let me know what you think. I love your pictures of the bluebells by the sea – they’ve all just come out here too, the hills are covered in them. Anyway, I hope this finds you well, and that we get to have that cuppa in Manchester some day! I was there the other day (and blogged Teacup & Cakes on Thomas Street – my favourite place!)

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