Samstag, 17. Februar 2018

A new beginning

Welford Park today
Okay, I know. I am trying, but at some point there are so many photos that sifting through all of them becomes scary. So I am trying to start again.

Last year I missed out on the snowdrops at Welford Park and it felt weird. It had been my yearly Early Spring ritual and the start of the garden visiting season and I was determined to manage to go this year.

It felt like the first sunny weekend in ages and I don't think I ever saw the grounds this packed!

Hope you're up for a new beginning.

Much love,


On 21 June 2017, looking up to the Uffington White Horse Hill - one of the hottest days I remember here

Summer soltice sunset from the White Horse Hill

Sun sinking

Plant fair in Farnborough Rectory, NGS. Almost bought the grass for the spacey looking weeds

Roses and delphiniums at Farnborough Rectory, NGS

Alliums in Mottisfont, National Trust

Orchard at Hidcote, National Trust


Ferns in a Welsh wall

Wales, Breckon Beacons National Park

Lichen, Wales

On the way to the waterfall in Wales

On the waterfall trail. Unfortunately I can't remember the name of this one. Wrote it down somewhere ...

Glass house borders, RHS Wisley


Getting obsessed with the colours on this one ... Wisley

Wisley. Love the grey Russian Sage

Chance encounter in Wisley

Autumn colour in Furzey Gardens

Furzey, last colours


Cherry trees at Batemans (National Trust) in November, blossoms and autumn leaves at once

Seaside near Rye, East Sussex

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, November

Rye Harbour

Rye Harbour

Ypres Tower, Rye, November

Fuchsias, Winchelsea

Winchelsea, East Sussex

Avebury avenue, Winter soltice. This time there was no dramatic sunrise, just a very subtle colour change, lots of mist and clouds

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