This morning's walk took in the same route as yesterday, but the other way round. It's amazing what you notice walking one way, that you missed walking the other way! Today it was the Field Forget-me-not (Myosotis arvensis) which were growing along the footpath. the flowers of this herbaceous annual are very small - no more than 5mm across - but they make a wonderful display growing in numbers.
Firstly, the Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) which have just started to open their flowers and spread their 'warm' scent across the countryside. Pollinated by midges, they make a superb show at this time of year.