who would have thought as I gaze out into my garden, with a sense of déjà vu, the snowdrops are withering and hopeful daffodils smile back, bright and sunny.
This exhibition has been made possible by a collaboration of Artists at The Forge Digswell Arts and supported by the Broadway Gallery as part of the Letchworth Culture Project.
Photo a day challenge July 31 I am still here so that is something to be grateful for and therefor not goodbye but onwards and onwards we go hopefully without too many spikes and even more hopefully a steady trend downwards as far as the pandemic is concerned. So, reasons to be cheerful: Family First....my …
The Alliums have reached lofty heights and now waiting for the Agapanthus to bloom, Square Perspectives Giant Alliums
Up the Garden Path today look what I found- seemingly a daisy but yellow not the usual white with yellow centre, this is life at the moment and yearnings for places further afield are soon to be realised later in the year...with a planned visit to St Ives. During which was to be the Arts …
As we say goodbye to June on this cool and cloudy day things are not really looking so bright
Wordless Wednesday : In My Garden This Week ; Sketchbook.
at last I captured a couple of shots of Mr Magpie!
One Word Sunday : Drama
A break from parenting I can balance here too.....
Lazing on a sunny afternoon......welcome June June brings another rush of Birthdays in the family and of course Father's Day - normally a time of family gatherings and celebrations for the extended family. My eldest grand daughter will be eleven in a few days time, where have those years gone, so grown up, so adorable. …
Robins have a rare quality in that they are are fiercely territorial with other birds, but very tolerant with human presence.
Six Word Saturday: Here is my week- In Images.
POTD Delicate Beautiful Clematis battered by the wind: with the sun behind the petals - do I detect a hint of mint?
Sunshine's Macro Monday #42 A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.... Cee's FOTD
My wordless Wednesday post
Rust and Decay B&W Challenge
Marie Charlotte Carmichael Stopes was a British author, palaeobotanist and campaigner for eugenics and women's rights. She made significant contributions to plant palaeontology and coal classification, and was the first female academic on the faculty of the University of Manchester.
SQUARE tops:Ice Topped
The Tulipa Top Parrot is one of my favourite tulips and I'm hoping one of my bulbs growing in the garden could be just that...but I will have to wait and see...any day now! Also the hostas are growing fast and of course the alliums...so looking forward to those opening too. The bulbs were …
Square Top : Tip -Top Tree -Top - Top view-looking down from the Top!