Tag Archives: Flowers
A lovely National Trust property, Saltram has been overlooking the River Plym for three hundred years. If it looks familiar, it was one of the settings for 1995 film version of Sense and Sensibility. I didn’t go into the house … Continue reading
Timid fragile flower with strength to bear and thrive through frost you push your way through compacted soil to spread a sunshine blanket under woodland canopy where no sun shines you remain pure along shoulders of polluted carriageway and in a … Continue reading
. . . that’s how I felt when I saw this beautiful sign of spring. What captivates you? you may find it here. http://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/2013/03/03/sunday-post-captivating/
I saw these today at RHS Rosemoor and as I know nothing about orchids I’ll just show you.
Do you know what? Despite the small stones, I’m really fed up with January. Fed up with walking to and fro to work in snow, sleet and sideways rain, only catching twenty minutes of daylight at lunchtime and getting cold … Continue reading
Cee has gathered some interesting info about the colour orange, go here http://ceeslifephotographyblog.wordpress.com/2012/10/30/cees-fun-foto-challenge-orange/ to learn all and to join in. Meanwhile here are my orange efforts. The canal in winter. Smile, it’s a desk pet! Quick, someone remind me?
Well three to be precise. We are asked to show off our photos of a flower thsi week and also given some tips on capturing them. I’ve included one of Cee’s favourites, a dahlia, but it was taken with my … Continue reading
http://sandraconner.wordpress.com/2012/10/03/photo-challenge-thursdays-windows-3rd-week/ Sandra has shared memories of windows in American schools, which apparently were the same all over back in the day. Mine is in Topsham, just down the road, this florist always has a great display. Will you join in this … Continue reading
It never pays for me to think very much. The more I think about contrasts the more confused I become, but I think I have a good eye for colour somehow. I’ve chosen three shots, hope they work and happy … Continue reading