Seeking Camouflage

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED. The sun has returned after several days’ absence. I wandered around the garden with a camera. These photographs reflect the current conditions in our plot. Hibiscuses are now in full bloom. This one is at the front; as is this yellow climbing nasturtium sharing the garage frontageContinue reading “Seeking Camouflage”

The Crane

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED. This morning Shelly and Ron visited with more presents for Jackie. We sat talking on the patio before conducting the obligatory garden tour. The poplar, of which I featured a close-up yesterday, made a pleasing back drop to our conversation. Also yesterday I photographed Just Joey beforeContinue reading “The Crane”

The Woman In White

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED. Early this morning our septic tank was cleared. This happens every eighteen months, and Jackie always feels better when it is done. Knowing we were in for a hot spell, Jackie undertook extensive watering. My tasks involved the eradication, cutting up, and bagging of niggling nettles, invasiveContinue reading “The Woman In White”

Park Life Part 2

On the decking an unusual new pair of pigeons glistened in this morning’s drizzle, which bejewelled ornamental grasses alongside the Phantom Path. Heavier rain had spattered rose Just Joey with up-tossed soil. Tom Jones’s parents had featured in the last of yesterday’s scans of Park Life prints from 20th July 1996. Now a teacher himself, he co-starred inContinue reading “Park Life Part 2”