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Just noticing

As you will no doubt have spotted, things catching my eye are a regular feature of these posts.  For me, a key part of photography is “just noticing” what is around you.  91 more words


The Rest of the Carrots

Because of the freezing weather and snow predicted for the rest of this week, I decided to harvest the remaining carrots this afternoon.  I used my garden fork to loosen them and gloved hands to remove most of the mud and leaves.   97 more words


Little things that help make work more enjoyable!

No one would call me a fussy man but I do like*…..,,,,,,, a well designed, well made, functional object. I don’t need fancy Christmas presents – a beautiful hand turned wooden spoon, a soft pair of alpaca boot socks, a hard wearing denim apron – all would be gratefully received ! 583 more words


The Easy Way to Start a Garden

Have you been planning to establish a garden but still haven’t gotten started?  If you live in the northern temperate region, there’s something you can do now that will make it easier for you to start that garden next spring. 389 more words

Garden Preparation

P.S. I did it again

… broke the fork, that is!! As my daughter Clara observes, “Mummy is insanely strong!”…


A Comedy of Errors {Four Candles}

~ just back from a trip to the garden centre


God made rainy days so that gardeners can get their housework done but with my wide-brimmed gardening hat on I barely noticed as the rain began to blow through on a breeze. 95 more words


Planting Onions

Over the weekend, I finished preparing garden bed number two.  I used my garden fork to turn over the soil, raked it out and raised the edges.   222 more words