Tomorrow I am heading west. My route is planned, my tools are packed, my armour laid out in preparation. A whole new adventure opens up before me. All dependent on me taking the correct exit from the motorway and not the portal to hell by mistake. Here is a diddy fuchsia with matching diddy bee.Continue reading “Expedition”
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A lot of people enjoy the autumn; look forward to it even. Not me. I don’t like it at all. Unfairly, of course. I struggle to appreciate this season for itself, in its own right. Instead I consider autumn merely a herald of the coming gloom and doom of winter. Blighted by the company itContinue reading “The Moment”
Six on Saturday – Sighing
I have been a little slack on the blogging front recently. There are reasons of course, none of which I will bore you with at the moment. Rest assured, nothing bad. Hopefully anyway. I felt I should make a special effort this week. In missing a couple of Six on Saturdays, I’ve discovered that thereContinue reading “Six on Saturday – Sighing”
Flower, bee, pollen. The End.
Fed up with “bee on flower” photos yet? Surely we can fit in just one more before the season is over? Bee, borage, background of calendula. Job done.
Today’s perpetual rain was a great contrast to the warming sun and frisky breezes of yesterday. I thought another “bee on flower” photo might redress the balance, if only a little.
A wonderful violet, deepest of deep, shag pile carpet. And bee.
Outside it is blowing and blustering and sheeting rain. Hope this little chap from earlier today has found a port in this storm.
Possibly Salvia atropurpurea with some kind of buzzy bee thing. It was that kind of day. Vague in a good way.
Bees on heleniums are so last season, darling! This year it is all about the baby snail.