John 1:29  The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.~

Who are you calling an ugly duckling? Wildlife photographer conjures up some animal magic

Daffodils always spell Easter Sunday to me. Mum always had daffodils everywhere in the house for Easter. Big roast lamb dinner was traditional.

Snowdrops. The first flowers of the year. Appearing in January - February signalling the year is beginning.

Out With the Snow, in With the Snowdrops

January - Snowdrops perfect for Imbolc. In the language of flowers they symbolize hope in adversity.

The native English bluebell flowers in spring time only and covers woodlands with a haze of purpley blue. There is something ethereal and luminescent...

The native English bluebell flowers in spring time only and covers woodlands with a haze of purpley blue. I love going for a walk through the woodland when the bluebells are in flower :-)

Micheldever Wood, Hampshire, England.

Bluebell Spring, Micheldever Wood, Hampshire, England (photo by Barry Wakelin) - wow does this place actually exist?

Ashridge Estate is a huge woodland expanse managed by the National Trust in the Chiltern Hills, with over 2000 acres of mature woodland to explore. In spring the woods are covered in Bluebells :)

Ashridge Estate is a huge woodland expanse managed by the National Trust in the Chiltern Hills, with more than acres of mature woodland to explore. In the Spring, the woods are covered in Bluebells.

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Eostre and the Hare's Egg Gentle Lady, unfurling spring.new life bring. Hares spiralling, fertility dance Eostre casts Her magic glance! The gift of life softly given Within the hare's egg. Art by Wendy Andrew.

The Easter Bunny is actually a hare, the sacred animal of Eostre (or…

Rabbits, Cosmic Eggs, Pagan Goddesses & Transition – Easter Origins & Awareness

The Goddess Ostara is associated with eggs as well as the hare, (also a potent symbol of fertility, as the females can conceive a second litter of offspring while still pregnant with the first). The hare from The Druid Animal Oracle deck

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