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(…) sorry for maybe replying a bit late, but doing nothing is not good for my motor I’m afraid. I do keep myself busy, you saw some stuff from the archive, but without the bustle of guests around, it feels … Continue reading
Although somebody must be utterly gutted – It did cheer me up – The sunny quality of this cake, out on the street, on a grey day, can not be ignored. Includes an intriguing little mind jog – the right … Continue reading
It’s Dahlia Time again, making my day 🙂 Dahlia flower opening over a period of four days Filmed by Neil Bromhall for http://www.rightplants4me.co.uk
Looking at my latest post – the view across the canal from my room on the top floor – I wondered about the barracks that once stood there when it was home to a cavalerie division. I went to The … Continue reading
Every thing of beauty is worth protesting for, is what I thought when I saw the unhappy face of the snowman, in my archive. Yes we did have winters and it is a thing of beauty, one of the exhilarating … Continue reading
A page for my visual diary: Today I harvested my first batch of roof-terrace-grown beans 🙂 … Beans… what was it again with beans? I Googled it: Ok, all beans invited! I … Continue reading
Another picture form back in the days when I went out with my SLR camera, and take snapshots of everyday life.