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Travel vicariously

One of the benefits of this particular assignment are the books. I started reading a travelogue yesterday: Southern Cross to Pole Star – A. F. Tschiffely. 169 more words


Little Blueberry Cakes for a Picnic

A picnic was promised. I’ve been booking weekly slots to go to Kew Gardens since it reopened. I do miss just being able to go there spontaneously on a nice day since the gardens are local to me, just a couple of miles away, but I’m grateful they’re open again and I can once more enjoy the splendour of these world famous botanical gardens. 1,371 more words


Things He Says | The Protective Edition


During our recent visit to Kew Gardens, we had an encounter with a lady who didn’t appear to understand the concept of socially-distancing. 74 more words


A Socially-Distanced Return to Kew Gardens

Just like properties belonging to the National Trust, Kew Gardens has reopened to the public by operating a booking system. The Boy Child and I popped in recently under the homeschooling category of another… 115 more words


Ne'er cast a clout

The wildflower area around Collingham hut that was established courtesy of a grant from Kew garden’s Grow wild scheme is growing well in May while noone’s around.


seeing double

playing with Luminar. There are several differences between the two mirrored halves of this image.

Original photograph taken in Kew Gardens, March 2020.

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