Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature created and hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt You can find Terri’s post here. I’m not sure if it’s National Pet Parents
The flower of the day today, 25th April, is Wild Marigold. It was already established in the garden when we moved in and I always
I haven’t seen a wren for such a long time, it was a treat to see this one collecting nesting material. This dunnock framed himself
I’m joining in with the photo challenge over on Dutch Goes The Photo The subject is animals and how they can be a source of
This tiny, pretty little butterfly was fluttering around the garden as I sat in the sunshine. Too quick for me to get close with the
The alstroemeria, or Peruvian Lily as it’s more commonly known, is one of my favourite flowers. Lovely bright pop of colour. You can check out
Edited to add…I now believe it’s a young crow not a raven 😒
My choice for the flower of the day is the very delicately pretty rock rose. Cee’s flower of the day can be found here.
My flower of the day is this close up shot of a chrysanthemum. You can check out Cee’s post here.
The sun is rising, the birds are singing. The streets are empty. Normally dogwalkers, cyclists and joggers would be enjoying the early morning on the
Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature created and hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt Terri has chosen ‘Lifted Spirits’ for this week’s theme. Being in nature is
The buds on the magnolia tree are opening and looking beautiful. Cee has chosen a gorgeous yellow rose.
Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature created and hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt Today’s theme is Fantastic Florals. The hedgerows are becoming a riot of colour
My flower of the day is Hebe. We have several in the garden and they hardly stopped flowering over winter. They’re great fro attracting butterflies
I first saw this shrub in the grounds of Alnwick Castle in Northumberland and thought how lovely it was. I hope you agree. If you’d
I noticed this pretty little buttercup-like flower in the hedgerow during my dog walk early the other morning. The wild flowers are just beginning to
It’s a while since I joined in a challenge, but now I’ve taken the plunge and set up a dedicated photography site I’m hoping to
Now we’re all restricted with relation to the time we spend outside, I thought I’d look back at previous outings. This was a particularly pleasant
Imagine this hilltop about 1000BC. No castle of course, but the hilltop was occupied and fortified. The hike up to the castle looked a very
After months of storms it was lovely to watch the birds enjoying some long awaited sunshine, especially as we’re confined to quarters at the moment.