Lunch At The Rising Sun

On a morning of sunny intervals, Jackie and I nipped out to buy bread and took the opportunity for a short forest drive. The heather on the moorland straddling Holmsley Passage is glowing purple, and the bracken beginning to yellow. Several cyclists crossed Holmsley Passage in their trip along the gravelled path converted from formerContinue reading “Lunch At The Rising Sun”

Rolling Over And Thinking About It

This morning I watched the Channel 4 broadcast from Ahmedabad of the last rites of the English Cricket tour of India. Soon after lunch we visited the pharmacy at Milford on Sea, then drove into the forest. At Norleywood Car Park we found I was not the only person interested in photographing the wild life.Continue reading “Rolling Over And Thinking About It”

Knickerbocker Glory

I did a little bit of dead-heading in the Rose Garden this morning, and watched the Wimbledon men’s semi-finals this afternoon. Between matches, I took a break and wandered around the garden, particularly to see how the agapanthuses are coming along. The first image shows them against the backcloth of the Palm Bed, on theContinue reading “Knickerbocker Glory”

No Sale

Here is yesterday’s camouflaged deer, in the centre of the complete shot. As always. clicking on my images enlarges them. If once is not enough, a second gives a supersize. Splendid sunlight lit upon the garden today as, leaving Aaron to his work, we drove to the final coffee morning of the exhibition. Aaron completed the painting ofContinue reading “No Sale”