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Sunken Gardens - Part 8

straight as an arrow
symmetry, balance at work
planters strut their stuff


2017 Something New: Sunflowers and Hurricanes

    Meg’s solace in life is her home – and garden, and son.  The rest of the world can go away and leave her alone. The straight rows of vegetables are in direct contrast to the meandering stones leading to sunflowers and sea oats.  198 more words

Streatham Common, London, SW16

Streatham Common is an attractive green space in South London. The grass on the Northern and Western section is maintained and dotted with trees. It looks very pretty sloping upwards towards the rookery from the A23. 397 more words


Dancing in the droplets...

So the papers are claiming that that is that for summer and we’ll all have to get use to a wet autumn starting early (I suspect that I might have over egged things just a little but as this seems to be the flavour of the moment I guess all I have to add is FAKE NEWS from MSM). 32 more words


Flowers and Views North Yorkshire

I visited North Yorkshire last weekend and was invited for breakfast at a ‘hidden gem’ near Crayke. The breakfast was delicious and included pancakes cooked in the way I remember from childhood. 31 more words