Wednesday, May 20, 2015

20/05/2015 A few bugs around the place!

Maximum temperature 15C, minimum 3C. 21 km/h NW wind.
Last nights rain did not register in the gauge but more expected later today.









8 comments:

  1. Stunning, gorgeous, what more can I say,

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    1. Thanks Linda, hope all is well with you Diane xx

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  2. Just lovely to see the huming bird moths - wish I was there - not until July - I just enjoy their presence when I walk out the back door - cannot wait x

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    1. Ann, July is not so far away, but I know the feeling when I used to go back to the UK every winter. Happily we are here permanently now :-)
      Have a good week Diane

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  3. The mushroom garden is a delight! I love those hummingbird moths and so difficult to capture - well done. I didn't realize until we left America in 2005 that hummingbirds are unique to the America's. I miss them and their terrible tempers!

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    1. I love the mushroom garden Craig. I was sad when the cedar tree died, but it has in fact given more life to other things in the garden and the cherry tree is much happier now it has gone. I did not realise that humming birds were bad tempered! Take care Diane

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  4. Marvelous photos, each one is so sharp and clear.

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    1. Thanks Denise, your comment is appreciated. Hope all is well with you. Diane

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