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in The potting shed
Lovely views Tracey. I used to have similar ones so it makes me very nostalgic and a bit sad
But that's life!
This is Portpatrick in SW Scotland - a little fishing village. Very sunny considering it was at this time of year!
That's pretty FG Sorry my pic made you a bit sad
Thanks for sharing those pics, Tracy & Fairygirl.....bootiful!
Tracy, I think your black backgrounds have improved you orchids tons.
That's ok Tracey
Snowy pix are lovely. I don't really have many that aren't of mountains!
Just a flurry really, but it was a pretty little location.
Tracey like your orchids, last one is a bit like the colours of a snakes head fritillaria.
Thanks for all cold pics folks ...brrr.... Hoping we've avoided that. Wouldn't it be great to one day say " I can remember snow I have a few photos"
Fairy blue sky for me anyday
Thanks David and KEF, that's my new one KEF that needed TLC, should have another flower soon
This is one of my favourite pictures and I have it on my hallway wall on a canvas It is from my climbing rose that I have been asking about how to prune.
3 very different ones from my other favourite subject (after flowers and Beagles!), sunsets
Great pics Tracey, my fav type pics are of snow scenes and sunsets too. Also love beach/sea pics (empyt beaches lol )
I have loads of the empty beach or empty beach with Beagles on Lily
This one won a Beagle Welfare photo competition
Lovely photos Tracey.
Awww so cute, can I have him
If she carries on digging up my plants you can have her with pleasure Only joking, she is my baby, literally, that was the choice....number 3 or another beagle LOL Can you believe we are her 4th home, how can anyone not want her
Well fingers crossed she goes digging tomorrow, lol
Did she dig up the other peoples gardens too? How could you not want that little cutie
She will dig anywhere you put BF&B basically!!! Or anything that smells edible really, and in the autumn she picks up the windfall apples and buries them in her bit of the garden and digs them up when she is feeling peckish.......she is a re-born squirrel really!!!
Lovely pictures Tracey.
I'm not the Pheasant plucker, I'm the pheasant plucker's son
Visitor to next door garden. Neighbour okay about posting pic of his garden
Great pic Is your neighbour doing anything with all those pots??
Water feature at Trewithan gardens.
The rhodos, magnolias, pieris and camelia were fantastic, Cornwall is known for these.
It was quite foggy but created a wonderful atmosphere.