There’s nothing as peaceful as an early morning in the forest, when even a roe deer might be seen. Last week’s showers have left their trace on the wild daffodils. Lesser celandine is flowering on the edges of paths where there’s more light, low on the ground you can see its yellow stars and kidney-shaped leaves. After a quiet night, the flowers of wood anemones are waiting for the sunlight to open. In a few bluebells, deeply hidden and safe between the leaves, flowers buds are ready, waiting for the first warm days.