1736/22nd July 2021 Rose of Sharon bloomed again today, so I dragged myself up there to get these shots. I still haven't found a bug identifier. Is this a fruit fly? It's a fly. It agreed to be photographed. More like the camera agreed to take its picture. Some days I struggle to convince that … Continue reading Not ER
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
7th July 2021 "Do you want to come?" asked Grant, on the way to Hannaford's. "Nooo" I responded with a quivering tone. Too many "expeditions" in a week overwhelm me. And we can't have that. Nothing of interest having occurred in the last 24 hours, (which is just as well), I shall tell you what … Continue reading Discombobulation?
0845/22nd May 2021 Snow? Well no. That's all those pretty yellow flowers, gone to seed: Still pretty, in my view. On left: Tatarian honeysuckle? These are infant camellias. At least that's what I think I planted. Here's what happened to one of them: Isn't that sad? Perhaps it will keep trying. Some plants don't give … Continue reading The law of threes
A very pretty orange butterfly flitted past my window as I gazed out looking for inspiration. It drew me into the garden where I soon acquired some 165 photographs, none of them of a butterfly. These are not yet fully in bloom, obviously, but I think they are almost prettier at this stage, just as … Continue reading Garden tour