Just back from Wisley

A quick visit, meeting a friend, and spending most of the time talking!

we did see some butterflies, wonderful sights, but having a bad day, trouble holding the camera, but there will be two or three images in a later post.

For now, it’s the dogwood…vibrant colours in the afternoon sun:

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43 comments

  1. Wonderful! That red is warming me up a little Sue (though I still feel like hiding under a duvet!)

  2. I like the dogwood’s reflection in the still water.

  3. We had sun here too, Sue. But still some snow on the ground, and freezing temperatures.
    Nice colours indeed.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. I think the colours come across so vividly even if a little blurred. It works great. Best wishes that you have a better day.

  5. Very nice! Would a tripod be a help?

  6. Lovely images, Sue. They’re so fiery. 🙂

  7. Warms me up just looking at them 🙂

  8. The colours are stupendous Sue. Sorry about the bad day. Rest up and we’ll catch up tomorrow xx

  9. I remember those dogwoods from a Christmas visit several years ago, you have caught them in their reflected beauty well. Sorry you had a bad day; extreme cold doesn’t help.

  10. That’s dogwood? Like a row of gorgeous bonfires. I don’t think our variety turns like that.
    Saw a monarch butterfly 2 days ago when we had 30 seconds of sun – very cheery with all this grim weather

  11. Suchbeautiful colours!! Just love the colours of autumn.

  12. One of the joys of a winter garden Sue. Sorry to hear you had a bad day and really hope you’re better now.

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