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This afternoon I printed a batch of photographs for Louisa and one in duplicate for Ian.
All these images have appeared on previous posts, but that for Ian, of his father,Peter, and stepmother, Ally, has been cropped from a group photo from 1st June last year.
The sky had cleared somewhat by then, and I wandered around the garden with my camera.
The mist had liquified forming entrancing pendants on rose hips
and stems. This one on its finely spun silver chain would grace any elegant neck (I particularly recommend two clicks on this one).
The gazebo was now fully draped by the flowering clematis Cirrhosa Balearica.
Nothing stirred the fine fringes of the weeping birch.
Looking up at these drew my attention to the well-fed plump watching pigeon in the skeletal beech.
This evening we dined on minced beef pie, sauteed peppers and mushrooms, and boiled greens, carrots, and potatoes; followed by bread and Benecol pudding and evap. I drank more of the madiran.