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There are huge orange ones in France, bigger that yours, but I'm no way putting one on my hand But it's the small grey ones that do all the damage.
Some of us have put photos of us here before, but we are aware that it's a public forum and some like to stay private.
I have a meadow. It has grasses on mass, and wild flowers and my and my daughter's horses eat them
Nothing stopping you having open invites to your forum friends now Verdun, you have a lovely garden
Sweet Pea, I'm even more alone - in Dordogne, France.
This is a camera thread Sweet Pea, so it doesn't have to be gardens (in fact there's already one for that) and plants. It can be anything you think we might like to look at, scenes, techniques, something unusual etc.
Well done SweetPea
Sweet Pea, you look so young, don't apologise for your face, it's a lovely face with big eyes.
So does mine!
There are 3 Albertine roses on the wall further along, not quite out. There is the ever present problem of ivy, that bit of wall had most of it's ivy pulled off only last year. There is masses of ivy in the forest and it crawls along the ground into the garden.
Morning all, not raining. Going to meet a friend at the airport.