Fairy Lights

This is an addendum to yesterday’s post which focussed on the effect of the day’s changing light on our garden.

Soon after dusk, Jackie took a trip round the garden photographing her fairy lights.


  1. OH!!! I love your lights from the fairies! So beautiful! Your garden has day beauty AND night beauty! 🙂
    A lot of people here use the solar lights in their yards and gardens because we get a lot of sun during the day to make the lights shine brightly all night. It’s so pretty.
    Tell Jackie a BIG Thank You for taking these photos! And I’m SO glad she didn’t trip on her night trip around the garden! 😉
    (((HUGS))) for you both!!! 🙂

  2. Jackie’s lights are ‘de-lightful’ — they, and your title, brought to mind a connection I have to your country you might not suspect. I have a small collection of miniature oil and candle lamps, and among them are three English “fairy lamps” from the late 1800s. I have two “Cricklites” that are clear, and marked, and one Webb Burmese satin glass beauty in this shape, although the color is a soft teal. I have a English art glass miniature lamp, too: rose, with clear overshot glass and clear feet. I’d love to be able to have more, but the prices have skyrocketed, and my budget won’t allow!

  3. Brilliant – high’lighting’ another side of your beautiful garden.

    Compliments to Jackie for her efforts! 😉

  4. I like these! I have a lantern and a globe-shaped solar lights in my garden, but I must soon turn them off. We have mayflies AKA fish flies that congregate around lights. I wonder if the tiny strings of lights might attract fewer.

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