Wednesday, August 17, 2016

August in the garden

Yesterday I forced myself to get outside in the garden with the camera. It feels like it's been a long winter, definitely a cold, wet one, and sometimes it's just easier to stay inside where it's cosy. 

I  ended up taking over 80 photos! I spent a good part of last night editing them, so you can see what's happening in the garden right now. Spring is nearly here, and we've had a few nice sunny days this week, so the flowers are starting to come out, along with the bees too.

I am trying to keep up with Toni's photography challenge and I am using these photos I took yesterday for the 30th week prompt, which is Nature.























My Little Drummer Boys
Sharing for Wordless Wednesday 
over at Trish's blog

7 comments:

  1. You have some real treasures in your garden. Beautiful xx

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  2. Great variety and festivity in your set. I'm catching your enthusiasm for the season change although we still have some miserable mosquito ridden days ahead.

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  3. Great variety and festivity in your set. I'm catching your enthusiasm for the season change although we still have some miserable mosquito ridden days ahead.

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  4. Your photos are beautiful! We are at the tail end of summer here and the kids are getting ready to go back to school. Thanks for sharing on Wordless Wednesday!

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  5. Well I for one am so glad you did this garden visit with the camera!! love the close-ups and the effects of using the different settings. These are....'picturesque'. Love your pics!

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  6. Great garden. I wish I had the skills for it but I just am not that green.

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  7. Your garden is spectacular.
    Thank you for linking up.
    I love the Daffodil best - it's Daffodil day tomorrow in factl

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