A Sunless Sultry Day

On this sunless sultry morning Jackie watered, I dead headed, and Martin carried out the heavier garden maintenance. Before he left, I printed him an A4 portrait I had produced on his last visit.

Later, I wandered around with my camera. As usual, individual titles can be found in the images gallery.

This evening all except Ian dined on oven fish, chips and peas with which Jackie drank Entire-Deux-Mers white wine 2020, and I finished the Shiraz.


      1. In Paris in the summer, I like to walk along the Seine late afternoon, six-ish… Best light. So I can imagine your garden. Though of course a lot would depend on the general orientation of your place.
        Enjoy the light Derrick.

  1. The garden is in various pinks of health. The life size photos of some of the flowers are like portraits. The roving camera has produced an immersive experience of the garden.

  2. Sounds like a lot of good things got done on a sunless sultry day. ๐Ÿ™‚
    We had a cloudy day, a thundery rainy evening…and now at this late-night/very-early-morn hour the sky is still rumbling.
    (((HUGS))) โค๏ธ

  3. I could smell the flowers. A walk through your fragrant, gorgeous garden is like getting a glimpse of heaven! (especially since I don’t have to do the maintenance!) God bless you & Jackie & Martin!!

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