Everyone was astounded by the fog this week. It was so thick I couldn’t see more than two streetlights down from my house. Continue reading “Fog”
After four years of summer neglect, my garden is rolling along. Lots of weeds and definitely needs some tidying up, but it’s doing pretty well, considering.
The Lambs Ears (above) are happy with their temporary home. Continue reading “Garden Flowers”
Wednesday night was a foggy, foggy night. Continue reading “Dense Fog”
I’m taking off on tour next week with Dusk Dances.
So this week I’ve been staying pretty close to home enjoying my garden. Things have been growing well this year. Like this lovely plant, Astilboides tabularis, or what Curtis, who gifted it to me refers to as “Big Leaf Betty.”
And for those of you for whom black and white gardens just aren’t colourful enough, here’s a gallery of the same shots in full, glorious colour:
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I spend so much time on the road these days. So much driving.* Continue reading “Tour Driving – Shots through the windshield”
In spite of the sun, there have been plenty of dark days.
On January 1st I trimmed some branches from my forsythia and forced them indoors. Continue reading “Forsythia and the Cat”
These photographs were all taken from the same vantage point within the same half hour as the clouds moved and the light faded. Continue reading “Changing Weather, Changing Skies”
The garden is in full swing and I have a few brief moments at home. Continue reading “Garden Riches”