London, May 2013
…there is so much insect activity in the garden at this time of year, photographic opportunities abound! hover fly feeding on a daylily. July 2012.
cluster of beautiful anemone buds just before they burst into flower. July 2012.
taken on a wander around Great Haseley, South Oxfordshire on a lovely rainy British Summer day! July 2012
…nestling amongst the lichen. sadly, no fairy was resident at the time. perfect in its simplicity. July 2012.
taken this morning in my front garden. my next photographic purchase is definitely going to be a great macro lens!!
I am very lucky to live where I do – surrounded by hundreds of ancient and beautiful Cotswold villages nestled in a most beautiful area of England. a truly wonderful friend of mine suggested that the last week in May was “the time to see Combe at its very best” and he should know, he …
back in 1991, or The Olden Days / Ancient Times as my children would say, Bomb the Bass released their excellent single “Winter in July“. I bought the vinyl 12”, a format which most of the new generation will not at all be familiar with, so I guess my children are right. sort of. which …
apologies for the slightly corny title to this post, but these dying flowers in a pot on my kitchen windowsill demonstrate a sad, melancholy kind of beauty. presented to me by my two youngest children, they are sure to be replaced with some freshly picked blooms fairly soon! June 2012
picked from our garden and presented to me by a very proud youngest son :). 13th June 2012.
these four little beauties were taken in my garden yesterday, resplendent in the full afternoon sun. getting the shots meant getting into positions lower to the ground; this enabled me to take some fab pictures at interesting, arty-farty angles. it also meant I was at the optimum height to make my legs Blandford fly-fodder. ouch! …
Spring is here – tulips and raindrops in my front garden