Friday, April 29, 2016

29/04/2016 The day just disappeared with nothing much to show for it, N did though cut all the lawn edges. A few random emergency shots in the garden..

Maximum temperature  15C, minimum  1C.    20 km/h NW winds. Dry. Frost this morning.
Common lizard.

Bee on the rosemary shrub.

Bluebells.

Camellia.

Greenfinch.

Irises.

Snowball bush, Viburnum opulus. These will double in size and turn white in a week or so.

Wild violets.

Choisya ternata,

Our cabbages are starting to look good enough to eat soon :-)

8 comments:

  1. The lizard is obviously adapted to cool temperatures.

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    1. They are only appearing in the middle of the day in spots where the sun is shining. Diane

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  2. Diane, the Camellia flowers are beautiful. They do look so like roses. I am so envious of your cabbage, how I wish I can grow cabbage in my garden too.

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    1. We have a good vegetable garden, small by French standards, but adequate for the two of us. It keeps us going for most of the year. Diane

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  3. "Just some random shots" are wonderful shots. I love the narrow depth of field.

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    1. Thanks Diane, I always appreciate your comments. Take care and have a good weekend t'other Diane

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  4. Common lizard maybe but not so common photo!! Your photography, as always, is just stunning.

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    1. Thanks so much for the very kind photo. I love your photography as well. Hope you have a good week. Diane

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