Category Archives: Trees

One / 242 Lonely Runner

The Loneliness of the (Long Distance?) Runner Just had to use that title from Alan Sillitoe’s 1959 short story….

One / 242 Lonely Runner

The Loneliness of the (Long Distance?) Runner Just had to use that title from Alan Sillitoe’s 1959 short story….

What I Saw (17) – Different Shades of Green(2)

I showed some different shades of green in What I Saw (12), so here are some more, quite delightful I thought:

What I Saw (17) – Different Shades of Green(2)

I showed some different shades of green in What I Saw (12), so here are some more, quite delightful I thought:

What I Saw (14) on an Afternoon Wander

I usually go out quite early in the morning when I do, as there are fewer people about. But on this occasion, a few days ago, I went with a friend as an extra pair of eyes, so to speak.

What I Saw (14) on an Afternoon Wander

I usually go out quite early in the morning when I do, as there are fewer people about. But on this occasion, a few days ago, I went with a friend as an extra pair of eyes, so to speak.

What I Saw (12) – Different Shades of Green

Looking out of the kitchen window yesterday morning, I was struck by the shades of green in next door’s garden…young growth on the trees and older trees

What I Saw (12) – Different Shades of Green

Looking out of the kitchen window yesterday morning, I was struck by the shades of green in next door’s garden…young growth on the trees and older trees

What I saw (9) When I peered into the hedge

Not a clue what these little things are, blossom of a kind? Whatever, I thought they were lovely:  

What I saw (9) When I peered into the hedge

Not a clue what these little things are, blossom of a kind? Whatever, I thought they were lovely:  

What I saw (8) – bursts of bright colour

Bright colour against a vivid blue sky Bright against a shaded tree And a splash of colour in a front garden

What I saw (8) – bursts of bright colour

Bright colour against a vivid blue sky Bright against a shaded tree And a splash of colour in a front garden