Clamouring For His Close-up

When I began my perambulation round the garden this morning Jackie observed that I was photographing similar subjects to her. She had taken her walk even earlier. We therefore each produced a gallery in changing light. This is Jackie’s set. The galleried images each bear identifying titles, some with further descriptions. Click on any imageContinue reading “Clamouring For His Close-up”

Lacework

Early this morning Jackie ventured into the garden with her camera to sweep some cobwebs. Lingering raindrops reveal the arachnid lacework and the length of their funambulist ropes. The Assistant Photographer also photographed colourful coreopsis in Margery’s Bed; vibrant Virginia creeper draping the Westbrook Arbour; and the moisture-laden Rose Garden with its backcloth of mist.Continue reading “Lacework”

A Nation Uncomfortable With Being Ahead

Today, just as humid, was slightly cooler and breezier, which was just as well, because we made a start on clearing the Head Gardener’s work area to make room for the shed to be delivered in two days time. First, Jackie needed to plant the rest of her prolific purchases, so I took a walkContinue reading “A Nation Uncomfortable With Being Ahead”