Mad Max

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED It was finger-tingling cold when Jackie continued her winter planting on this sun-bright ┬ámorning and I photographed some still lingering blooms. Outside the kitchen door pelargoniums, petunias, and erigeron vie for space. More pelargoniums, some with autumnal plumage, as in this urn shared with verbenas, continue toContinue reading “Mad Max”

Checking Out The Venue

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED. Late this morning sunlight burst onto the canna lily given to us by Helen Keenan. The garden beyond was alive with the buzzing of bees and fluttering butterflies like this Small White three quarters of the way up the lines of a hanging basket or this CommaContinue reading “Checking Out The Venue”

Hues Of Blue

On this day, with temperatures around 30 degrees, according to the meteorologists, because of a shift in the jet stream, we are enjoying ‘Spanish weather’. In case any of my commenters have missed Becky’s observation on yesterday’s post, this is what she added to it this morning: ‘Wow. What lovely followers you have, Dad. x’Continue reading “Hues Of Blue”