So fragile, the first clematis of Spring dares to emerge despite the risk of late frosts. What do they know? Dazzling white petalsDrink light and warmth from the sunSprings’ first clematis
Haiku #37 The Tulip
Even a single tulip brightens the garden on a cold Spring day, though I have plenty of them in all the borders this one decided to open before the rest: Bright yellow sunburstSupernova daytime starFirst tulip of Spring
Haiku #28 Damned Climate!
“Woodpecker hammersshimmering snowdrops emerge –damn this climate change” The Two Doctors
Haiku #4 Whispers
A warm summer’s day walking through fields of wheat, a sea of brown and green wrapped around two brilliant red poppies. “The breeze is gentle,Wheat sways and softly whispers,Poppies blushing red” The Two Doctors
A Macro morning walk
True Macro photography is very difficult, it requires firstly a good macro lens that can get really really close to your chosen subject. Often this means getting close to a single petal of a flower, the wings of a bee,… Read More ›
In An English Country Garden
I did a lot of unplanned gardening last year and consequently had a very “squashed” season of flowers and vegetables. I’m not going to get caught out this year and am close to finalising my plans for 2020. When we… Read More ›
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