Tag Archive: Photo Challenge

WordPress Photo Challenge: Unlikely Dew Drip

If I said I was going to go out and take a photo of dew dripping you might think it unlikely I would succeed, but I was looking through some photos I took… Continue reading

WordPress Photo Challenge: Lines and a View

We found this photo from Collingwood House/College in my archives from 2015. It has an abundance of lines and a view of verdant gardens through the arches. There are lines in the stonework,… Continue reading

Photo Challenge: Prolific Aphids Macro

I’ve found many tiny green dots on our Sedum. My macro lens reveals them as bugs, lots of them! Now I have to work out how to get rid of them! The Daily… Continue reading

WordPress Photo Challenge: Awakening Peony Shoot in the Snow

In March it snowed and carpeted our garden. This little peony shoot survived and thrived though!   The Daily Post PHOTO CHALLENGE: Awakening Also see Cee’s Flower of the Day – April 17,… Continue reading

Flowering Plant of the Day: Awakening Peonies

Having planted 6 peony roots last year and waiting all winter, some tiny red shoots started appearing.   They didn’t look like much at first!   Then the leaves started to unfurl, red… Continue reading

Photo Challenge: Rise/Set

I love to get up early and see the sunrise and even catch a photo of the glorious orange sky. 🙂   Sunsets at Eling are always good too! The Daily Post Photo… Continue reading

Favourite Place: Eling

Eling nature reserve is a place I love to go for a walk or cycle and sometimes stop and sit in quiet contemplation. It’s a lovely place to be in nature. The Daily… Continue reading

Silence : Sunset Reflected in a Millpond

One evening last year it was very still and quiet at Eling as the sun went down. The Daily Post PHOTO CHALLENGE: Silence

Photos: 2017 Favorites

This might not be my best photo of the year but it’s one of the most meaningful. This cherry tree is our first major planting in our garden since we moved here and… Continue reading

Photo Study : Sunflowers

In the spring I placed some seeds in the soil, hoping to see beautiful flowers later on. Some weeks later, plants had grown up and the buds started to open. This one I… Continue reading

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