Category Archives: flowers

Six Word Saturday: The blue window hidden behind roses

My friend Ann Christine posted a version of this on Wednesday, a better version, I think! But it prompted me to dig this one out: Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here.

Six Word Saturday: The blue window hidden behind roses

My friend Ann Christine posted a version of this on Wednesday, a better version, I think! But it prompted me to dig this one out: Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here.

Primary Colours

I have had a go at finding Red, Yellow and Blue from my recent trip to Sweden: Linked to Ailsa’s Weekly Travel Theme here  

Primary Colours

I have had a go at finding Red, Yellow and Blue from my recent trip to Sweden: Linked to Ailsa’s Weekly Travel Theme here  

A short break from blogging….

Having a restful break for a short while… ….see you soon, when hopefully I’m back revived!

A short break from blogging….

Having a restful break for a short while… ….see you soon, when hopefully I’m back revived!

Six Word Saturday: A little the worse for wear

Same rose as seen the other day, now shrivelling rather…. See more 6 words here

Six Word Saturday: A little the worse for wear

Same rose as seen the other day, now shrivelling rather…. See more 6 words here

A So-so Macro, handheld

Here is proof that handholding the camera, with lens and extension tubes is no way to achieve a decent macro…..the excuse was that I couldn’t be bothered to fetch the tripod, and thought I would just see how useless the

A So-so Macro, handheld

Here is proof that handholding the camera, with lens and extension tubes is no way to achieve a decent macro…..the excuse was that I couldn’t be bothered to fetch the tripod, and thought I would just see how useless the

So long, apricot roses

A little more gentle decay… they were beautiful in life,  

So long, apricot roses

A little more gentle decay… they were beautiful in life,  

So long, ragged poppies….

A week or so ago, I posted an image of some poppies in bursting red health. Here’s the remaining two now: These images were prompted by reading Laura Bloomsbury’s blog today, with a brilliant image of decay: https://eljaygee.wordpress.com/2017/06/12/best-before-9/ , and this

So long, ragged poppies….

A week or so ago, I posted an image of some poppies in bursting red health. Here’s the remaining two now: These images were prompted by reading Laura Bloomsbury’s blog today, with a brilliant image of decay: https://eljaygee.wordpress.com/2017/06/12/best-before-9/ , and this