Monthly Archives: July 2020
Now I have to write the software and do more testing!
Although the flowers have finished now, the alliums are still attractive.
Sorry, another gazania photo.
The servos for my Pi camera project arrived today, though I don’t expect to do any work on the project for a couple of days.
The gazanias in the front garden were planted 2 weeks before those at the back, but have taken longer to come into flower. I rarely go into the front garden at present, but today, with the warm weather and sunshine, … Continue reading
I’ve found my Raspberry Pi-based Naturewatch cameras quite useful for photographing birds, but one problem has been that with the camera mounted on a tripod and monitored remotely, I either capture a small shot of a bird wherever it lands … Continue reading
I’ve already picked some of my tomatoes, and they are delicious.
The tomatoes are doing really well this year. I have 4 plants, and there are at least 4 trusses like this on each of them. I fear I may get rather tired of them though by the end of summer!
They look good when the sun is out and it is warm, and there is a lot of variety in the flowers.