18th July 2021 It rained a lot in the night again, but we are not quite as submerged as this picture maybe suggests! Raindrops always fascinate me and this is simply rainwater caught in a spiderweb. Spiderwebs are neat too, of course. My camera finds pictures in the simplest things. These are grasses blowing in … Continue reading Surprises
0743/11th July 2021 There is a name for this , but I can't find it because I don't know how to describe it to Google. Refraction of light. My aviation friends would know what it's called, but I don't have one on speed dial. How I wish I'd paid more attention to little things much … Continue reading Lowering my horizon
1514/30th June 2021 It wasn't what I would call a violent storm yesterday, but it was definitely moist. Very refreshing! I love a good rain storm. You know that saying about the lunatics taking over the asylum? We often used to say that in the office, back when I was a working woman, a hundred … Continue reading Who’s in charge?
1653/15th June 2021 1720... . . . When the sky looks like this, I begin to get excited. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. 1730 ...and at 1732....down came the rain... ...in torrents.. Captivated by the downpour, unbelievably, I didn't notice the very wet deer down below! But then..... As so often happens, the … Continue reading Nature paints
A moody sky entertained us yesterday as we drove to Glens Falls Here's my situation. It will not do. But I don't know how to fix it. Forget getting help from Facebook. YouTube can often help, but not this time. So let me tell you what's up. It's been some time now, that I've ignored … Continue reading Creepy
After the early frosts and cold, clear days, stormy skies are back, bringing a return to milder weather. The resultant colours are proof of how much difference climate makes. Part of my daily routine takes me outside after breakfast and often I come back in to grab my camera, as I did today. While there … Continue reading Layers
Asiatic Lilies Oh joy, unconfined! What a delight to be wakened by the sound of falling rain. I had to raise a curtain to check, as no rain had been forecast and it seemed too good to be true. But it was. Actual raindrops on my flowers. Interestingly, the wildlife responded by apparently staying late … Continue reading Nature’s day off