Thursday 14 March 2019
Comments Off on Back Garden – March 2019
A fair amount of pruning has been done since last month so I was ready earlier this week to take another photo of the garden: Expect even more greening up by this time next month.
Thursday 28 February 2019
Comments Off on Looking Down on the Back Garden – February 2019
Today was the last chance to update my garden series for February 2019. Daffodils are out and many things are budding. There should be more change by the time we get to the photo for March including, most likely, the … Continue reading
Thursday 24 January 2019
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Tuesday afternoon saw a fall of snow in Oxford – not quite a blizzard but enough to settle. I took the opportunity to take more photos for my ongoing series of garden photos. The snow is the main feature but … Continue reading
Saturday 22 December 2018
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Here is a photo I took of the back garden yesterday: Comparing it to November’s picture, it looks less wintry – fuller leaves and brighter greens: So, during late autumn and winter, the garden is fairly static and appearance is … Continue reading
Saturday 24 November 2018
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The garden is now almost completely into its winter clothes. The majority of the deciduous leaves have fallen and most of the summer flowers have finished. That said, there are a few holding on and winter bloomers, like hellebores, are … Continue reading
Friday 19 October 2018
Comments Off on Looking Down on the Garden – October 2018
Yesterday morning, the conditions were good for adding to my ongoing series of garden photographs: Autumn is clearly in swing and, by next month, a lot more of the leaves will have come down.
Tuesday 2 October 2018
Comments Off on Looking Down on the Garden (Sept 2018)
Before September recedes too far into the rear-view mirror, I ought to post the latest in my series of garden shots, taken a week ago: The mood is definitely getting autumnal. You can’t quite see the crispness of the air … Continue reading