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Japanese Anemones

Lovely fresh white Japanese Anemones, another plant to put in your garden and give virtually zero care and still get flowers every year, just cut back old growth and let them get on with it.


Six On Saturday: Changing seasons

It was a busy gardening weekend last week.  The extra day, a bank holiday in the UK, was spent helping out at the Finchley Horticultural Society… 462 more words


Wyken Hall Gardens

As my followers will already know, I have a very good friend & neighbour who inspires me to visit new gardens each year. Lisa is rather like my researcher, finding delightful places to visit and photograph – often well away from the ‘madding crowd’.   677 more words

Flower Photography

“God, it was hot! Forget about frying an egg on the sidewalk; this kind of heat would fry an egg inside the chicken.”

The air conditioner is a must. The heat is stifling. The little breeze has no effect. Getting my morning papers took a bit of effort. The one good thing was I noticed some buds of the clematis covering my fence have started to bloom. 383 more words


Lavender Water Tide Pool

The tide pool water gently flows over the anemones and strands of kelp and sea weed making an abstract composition of circles and lines.


Anemone Tide Pool

Tide pools are so fascinating with the ocean’s ebb and flow past the various kelp and sea creatures. Here the tea stained paper defines the bottom of the pool and is contrasted with the tissue paper layers painting dark shadows on the rocks and the cut water ripples flowing past.


Baby turtle in Playa Santa (Puerto Rico)

Wall diving in Playa Santa, Guanica, PR, is one of the most exciting and diverse dives you can do. Colorful soft and hard corals are unique and almost everywhere. 32 more words