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Camera Talk - part 2

Posted: Yesterday at 17:24

Quite a contrast Dove. Lovely pictures

VEDG

Posted: Yesterday at 14:42

Netting! Without it you're very lucky if your crop isn't decimated. I use lengths of 25mm plastic water pipe which is flexible enough to bend into hoops. I then cover the planted area with debris netting which has fine enough mesh to keep out butterflies. Make sure it is securely fixed to the ground, either use tent pegs or bury it slightly.

Well hello again

Posted: Yesterday at 07:34

Fingers crossed for a speedy recovery Mike.

Pictures

Posted: 17/10/2017 at 13:14

Kathy, there are free Apps you can use. I use one on my phone called Photo Resizer. It's very easy to use and reduces the picture sufficiently to put on the site OK.

seeds for greenhouse

Posted: 16/10/2017 at 13:46

If you like sweet peas then they can be sown now for early blooms next year. They are very hardy plants so won't want any heat, don't cosset the seedlings they don't mind the cold, they may need transfering to a cold frame if your greenhouse gets too warm.

Best Cauliflower

Posted: 16/10/2017 at 10:21

That's a beauty, well done 👍

Where in the UK is beautiful for a little holiday home

Posted: 15/10/2017 at 08:23

A lot of areas, namely some districts in Cornwall aswell as the Yorkshire Dales and Peak District have introduced restrictions on second home buying.


Tourism brings in valuable income to these areas but there are plenty of existing holiday cottages to accommodate for this. Hopefully new homes will be targeted at the younger generation who want to stay in the community they grew up in.

Wildlife photos

Posted: 14/10/2017 at 17:23

Lovely photo Sheps. 

Camera Talk - part 2

Posted: 12/10/2017 at 18:18

First ever trip to the Dales, Fairygirl. My better half liked the idea of some waterfall photography and you're spoilt for choice here! We were lucky enough to get good weather most days and managed to fit in all of the Yorkshire 3 Peaks. We'll definitely come again, at this time of year the hills are lovely and quiet too!

Camera Talk - part 2

Posted: 12/10/2017 at 14:25

 Pen y Ghent and Gaskill Force. We've had the good fortune to get on some lovely walks this week. Only yesterday was a washout, we were confined to the cottage as the lanes were flooded.

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