Tag Archives: photography
After breakfast a quick half hour of dead-heading and chopping back led to an even quicker photo session – it would have been longer but the camera battery was low! I dead-headed the aquilegia, the snow-in-summer and some of the … Continue reading
The slide scanning has continued at a slightly reduced pace this weekend as I had other things to do, but I’ve done a few more yesterday and today. It seems like an opportune moment to post a few of my … Continue reading
Slightly more than one for each month because for some months I couldn’t pick just one as typical, but a good look through the year and how the garden changed with the seasons.
Another day of getting bits and bobs sorted out today – we started with a trip to the garden centre, in search of a new pot for the canary palm (disclosure: I had to buy a new canary palm as … Continue reading
Not entirely garden-related but there will be some crossover. I have a lot of 35mm slides (and when I say a lot, I mean it). My dad was a very keen photographer and preferred slides to prints – he would … Continue reading
We had a day of tidying and weeding yesterday, following by a bit of planting. I took some photos at the time but most of them were terrible so I took some more this morning. In the front garden I … Continue reading