On the left, bleeding heart; in the middle, hens & chicks; at right, sedum. I also photographed snowdrop buds and evidence of foxglove, but they were out of focus. Digital camera LCD display, bifocals and perching on a hillside to get a shot don't always lead to "keepers."
I was focused on the big purpley shoot of the bleeding heart and didn't even notice the other two until I saw the picture on my monitor. Oh, this stuff makes me happy. The hens and chicks do, too; I love how they're all crowded 'round the clothesline pole, falling into cracks between the bricks.
I'm still getting used to the time change. I'd knit a row on the sleeves last night, then sit there with it in my lap for a while, knit another row, space out for a bit, etc. I didn't get much done! I did unpin Opptuna, though, and I love how it feels! And St. Brigid is all ready for an afternoon outing.