My choice for June 2nd is another flower that was already in situ, but I do know what it is (with the help of Google) Erigeron ‘Sea Breeze’, great for attracting pollinators. Check out Cee’s flower choice click here.
#SundayStills ~ #Straight Lines Created by Man and #Nature #Bird #Ocean #Photography #Church #Scenery
Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature created and hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt The theme for Sunday Stills this week is ‘straight’. The first thing that came to mind was the horizon and, although we know it’s not actually straight, it looks that way to us. The church steeple seeming to reach up to the sky.… Continue reading #SundayStills ~ #Straight Lines Created by Man and #Nature #Bird #Ocean #Photography #Church #Scenery
There are lots of goldfinches about this year and they seem to like spending time at the very top of the conifer tree in the garden of a house at the back of ours. Am I getting the what are you doing look… Can you just make out the little insect that might be meeting… Continue reading Goldfinches in the Sunshine #GardenBirds #Nature #Photography
Posted for Bren’s Floral Friday and Cee’s Flower of the Day (May 29th) I noticed this pretty wildflower in the hedgerow on my walk this morning.
For Cee’s flower of the day challenge today (26th May) I’ve chosen the first two clematis flowers of the year. Check out Cee’s post here.
Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature created and hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt This week’s theme is WaterWorld, which I took literally and chose to show the beauty of water in our world. From the vast and mighty oceans… …to rivers winding their way through the countryside…
Posted for Bren’s Floral Friday and Cee’s Flower of the Day (May 22nd) This cute little viola was grown from one of the Little Garden pots that M&S were giving away. We were collecting them for our grandson but were unable to pass them on because of lockdown. Rather than waste them we grew them ourselves.
Robin singing and poem
Posted for Bren’s Floral Friday and Cee’s Flower of the Day. The azalea buds are just beginning to open.
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