There were plenty of birds flying between the bushes and hedgerows, with Chiffchaffs probably the most frequent. Nothing could be seen in the sky, so much of the time was spent looking for beauty on the ground. I've not seen this tiny plant before, and don't know its name - any help out there?
Umbellifer species are numerous, but I think this is a kind of Chervil.
There are about 200 different variations of Dandelion, even before considering species that are Dandelion-like, so I'll not guess at the flower that resulted in this clock.
In the afternoon, an unexpected blast of warm Spring sunshine hit the garden, and the air filled with insects. Among the many hoverflies was my first Holly Blue butterfly of the year (my favourite) and a number of bees.
Struggling through the grass was this one, which I believe is a Mining Bee. These lay their eggs in the ground, so this may be just emerging.