Spring has yet to impose itself on this part of the world although the ice left along the banks of the Humber has almost all melted. A sad testament to the nursery trees torn up by the ice is the spiral plastic protectors which somehow have remained.
This weather-beaten piece of driftwood was left behind by melting ice and has a nice texture.
A good variety of birds was making the most of today’s strong sunshine. This robin posed nicely for me.