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in The potting shed
Thanks, Lily.....I do think it's a really positive move by the village council. It's just a wide grass verge that has been turned over to wild flowers.
That is absolutely beautiful, it's what I would love to do on the grass verge at the front of my house but it hardly gets any sun. I've got a few wild flower packets so just growing to sow them in Autumn and see what happens
Thanks, OL.....problem is, they need really impoverished soil to succeed, so, as a project needs to be planned with care.
Lily, I think this is a better shot of the cornflowers.
Not sure what a 'Travis type character' is....Brian is has been resting for months.
'Bob the builder'! Your talking to a 'Muffin the Mule' man here.
Anyway, I have heard of 'Brian the snail'.
PS. 'Magic Roundabout'? My kid's era.
Grrr....trying to get photos in and it's so slow and all coming out wrong!!
Here are a few recent ones, I've not posted any on here for a while as hadn't uploaded them from my camera.
They will all be in the wrong order but as you can see I like close ups of flowers and raindrops
Lovely shots, OL...Lily will be along later to drool.
I've given up on trying to post in any kind of order, seems everything wants to default to the beginning...even smileys.
Well as you can see from the blank post previously, I had a bit of a nightmare David, glad you liked the pics, it makes it worth the effort
I was trying to find some sunsets for Lily but I think I've posted my best ones already, hoping to get some more in Crete
You're making me jealous again Flumpy, those Gizanias (I think that's what they are called from memory) are beautiful
CN, I have a pic of one of those little rainbows I took a few years ago at Whitby, absolutely beautiful, I'd never seen one before and never seen one since, I thought maybe they are unique to the East coast but obviously not
Love those Gazania, flumpy. Mine have been ravaged by leaf miners this year.
Thank you David, it's the first time I've had them, my dad has them too, they come up year after year, the colours are amazing, sorry to hear yours have been eaten "greedy buggers" . OL you will have your Gazanias next year the you can show off too
Here I am David, sorry. Thank you for the close up of cornflowers, love them.
And yes drooling away here
Beautiful sky pics.
Looking forward to more sunset pics
This is the first year that i have found that Cornflower comes in other colours!!! I love the deep purple/violet.
Oh David, beautiful
Thanks CN, I find weather 'stuff' very interesting but didn't know that, now I do