Earlier in the month it was warmer and more sunny, but seeing Daisy flowers out on the cricket green was still a something of a surprise.
The Snowdrops were still putting on a fine display....
.... and the Aconites seemed better than ever this year, literally carpeting the whole area around the sluice.
The lovely glossy foliage of Wild Arum was now fully unfurled, both plain and spotted forms, and the fresh green leaves and tiny flowers of Dog's Mercury emerged all over Lagden's Grove.
Moss 'fingers' seemed to grasp a fallen log, and the small orange caps of the Velvet Shank fungus (Flammulina velutipes) shone out in the shafts of sunlight.
Tree bark textures (possibly a Sycamore), and by the lake the seedheads of Common Reed (Phragmites) in the sun.