Wednesday, May 11, 2016

11/05/2016 A few 'wet' photos.

Maximum temperature 18C, minimum 9C.  25 km/h  winds.  Rain not measured as yet.
The tiler arrived this morning and managed to do some grouting but the covers were soon pulled over!
Iris....

as above...

as above.

First sign of cherries.

Petunia.

Red robin leaf.

Followers of this blog might be interested in the amazing sculptures that I took photos of while away last month. See My Life in the Charente.

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    1. Oh I could not agree more and we could not do with out rain, on the other hand you can sometimes have too much of a good thing ! Keep well Diane

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  2. The raindrops make the flowers look so fresh. Beautiful flowers and this is my first time seeing a Red Robin leaf.

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    1. The garden is happy to have the rain but we would like it dry for our outside tiling!!! The red robin is one of our prettiest shrubs especially now while it is in flower. Take care Diane

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  3. Lovely rain drop shots. Bad news for the tiler though.

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    1. Thanks Diane, very bad news for the tiler, its a bit like Wimbledon though the covers can't come off!!! T'other Diane

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