Monthly Archives: May 2019
The fuchsia plugs I planted a couple of weeks ago already have buds on, though it seems a bit early to plant them out yet.
One which was left over from the hanging basket – which means it’s more accessible for photography.
Fading now, but still looking good. It also has the advantage of being very close to the back door, so it minimises how much I have to move!
I’m still unable to move more than a few metres, so I’m limited for photo subjects.
Another of my geranium plugs is flowering, despite still being quite small. They are all indoors until they get a bit bigger, and the weather is warmer, which means I don’t have to move more than a couple of metres … Continue reading
The gardener put up two hanging baskets for me on Wednesday – they are looking very promising, although not much is in flower yet. I’m finding it very difficult to water them at present due to the state of my … Continue reading
I usually find it very difficult to photograph insects as they move so much and so quickly. This bee was relatively helpful, even landing on the poppy while I was in the process of taking some photos. Mind you, I … Continue reading
I think that’s what it is. I’ve been having some problems with my back recently, but yesterday evening it was particularly bad, and I went to lie down for a while. When I tried to get up to take my … Continue reading
… because I had already sent off my postal vote earlier in the week. Fed up with listening to the Brexit Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) promoting hate not hope candidates.
No grey wagtail available at the lily pond today, perhaps because I had a long lens with me. However, this mallard posed for me quite nicely. I experimented with some new Lightroom features in processing these pictures.