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Blue skies And Daffodils: Spring In Chesterfield:
So today I am sharing some pictures from one of our days out over the holiday in Chesterfield.
Blue skies and Daffodils. How pretty? Blue Skies And Daffodils: Spring In Chesterfield. Watch out, a big bug!!
Such a beautiful Spring day. Don’t you just love spring? It sure makes you feel good! Doesn’t it?
Blue sky above the Crooked Spire.
Chesterfield Parish Church is an Anglican church dedicated to Saint Mary and All Saints, in Chesterfield. How pretty is this white daffodil?
How is Spring going for you? Beautiful I hope? So what do you think of my photos of Blue skies And Daffodils: Spring In Chesterfield?
Have you every been to Chesterfield before? Chesterfield is famous for The Crooked Spire? So did you know it is 153 miles from Chesterfield to London. Interesting fact!!
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What I Wore: Sunglasses: Primark | Sweatshirt: Primark | Mollie The Border Collie on my bag: c/o Bags Of Love | Jeans: Selfridges | Fishnet socks: Primark | Shoes: Converse.
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