It's St Patrick's Day tomorrow so it has been suggested we bring on the green. Whether this is your favourite day of the year, you couldn’t care less or you are somewhere in between, I hope you are enjoying the fact that in the Northern hemisphere Spring seems to be on its way! So here are some FMTSO shots from Cheshire in England.
I couldn''t find any green cows but they love our green Cheshire grass which contributes to our lovely Cheshire cheese.
Thornton Hough (on the Wirral Peninsula in Cheshire) has a beautiful green cricket pitch.
And our local Mallard drakes are getting their shiny green heads to attract Mrs Mallard.
It's not quite Shamrock - it's Wood Sorrel.
Not a native species - the Red-tailed Racer - but you can find it in Chester Zoo.
Where I also found this Plumed Basilisk
and this Golden-capped Conure.
And finally I had to find the wearing of the green - A self-portrait of Anton Raphael Mengs in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, in next-door Lancashire.