Under the beeches.
Lovely Easter morning.
Found these near a footpath through a conservation area. There were no buildings or gardens or any cultivated land nearby. No idea were they came from but this species is not native in this part of Germany.
Note that the location was Hannover, Germany! It had been raining hard for several days. The siting was in an agricultural area with drainage ditches outside of Davenstedt which forms the Western edge of the city of Hannover. The salamander was identical to the photo on the internet - the underside had bright orange markings which has not been mentioned. It was about 8 cm long and rather slow moving. It was crossing the footpath heading toward a drainage ditch.
Although the woodland crocus isn't a true native in Belgium, but it is considered naturalized in several places, albeit rather rare.
During sunny weather (not today;-)!), the flowers are wide open, and the leaves of this species are rather narrow.
Lychnis flos-cuculi | Echte koekoeksbloem | Ragged-robin | Lychnis fleur-de-coucou | Kuckucksblume
Sambucus nigra | Gewone vlier | European elder | Sureau noir | Schwarzer Holunder | Sambuco
Chamerion angustifolium | Wilgenroosje | Rosebay willowherb | Epilobe en Ã©pi | SchmalblÃ¤ttriges WeidenrÃ¶schen | epilobio
Sedum reflexum | Tripmadam | Orpin rÃ©flÃ©chi, tique-madame | Reflexed stonecrop | Felsen-Fetthenne | Borracina rupestre