The Hardy Tree: To make way for a new railway line in the century, the writer Thomas Hardy (then a trainee architect) oversaw the excavation of the graveyard at St. Pancras Old Church in London. The coffins were removed and reburied elsewhere, b
using blueberries to dye your Easter eggs. Simply juice some blueberries, dip your hard boiled eggs into the liquid, and voila! Another alternative to dye is Kool-Aid packets, the colors will turn out a lot brighter.
Spring Pussy Willow Nests This time of year, birds instinctively put the materials at hand to good use. Here, the downy, gray catkins of pussy willow branches soften a densely woven nest, while dried grasses inside cushion fragile decorated eggs.