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Manual 365/145 There Will Be Conkers But...

Always look through fresh eyes, you’re thousands of miles away from yesterday

 Kissing Conkers!

The moth will be back and they will be brown soon. 9 more words


Portraits of last year's love

Last year in Warsaw I fell in love. With many things really. It was after all spring, and in the northern hemisphere that means something splendid. 102 more words


Horse Chestnut

The Horse Chestnut Tree on our walk to the beach is covered in glorious white candles and we have our fingers crossed that it won’t fall prey to the leaf miner moth, which seemed to be the case last year, with most of the leaves brown and curled by June. 60 more words

Trees & Things

Photos by Emma, Album #2

Rain brings out the green, doesn’t it? The heavy drops and puddles also force those creatures that live in and under the leaves out into the open. 31 more words


Under the Chestnuts

The horse chestnut trees in Place Dauphine are just coming into flower.  The twenty nine young trees (of variety Aesculus carnea ‘Briotii’) are still quite small, so the flowers are not much above head height.   136 more words