This week’s photo challenge is to share a picture that symbolizes transitions, change, and the passing of time.
Every Summer, we eagerly wait for the arrival of our Swallows..and when they depart in late Summer, we know that Autumn and Winter are just round the corner.
This week’s photo challenge is transient. These balloons caught up on trees have had their short lives halted for a brief moment.
A Balloon’s Life II
Every Garden I go to this year seems to have a stunning array of purple plants. I love them. From Iris to Allium, the power of purple is strong!
Beautiful Clematis at Aberglasny gardens in Wales.
This weeks Photo Challenge is on the topic of Focus. Usually I like sharp macro photography with lots of details, but this picture sort of summed up the essence of the tulips, even though its pretty blurry!
This was taken as I stood underneath the oldest Yew tree in Europe.
A tiny village in Wales is believed to be home to Britain’s oldest tree – a yew that first took took root more than 5,000 years ago. Yes.. I will repeat that… 5000 years old!!
The majestic yew that lives in in a Welsh churchyard was 3,000 years old when Jesus Christ was born, according to tree ageing experts.
Experts have run tests on the tree in the St Cynog’s churchyard at Defynnog near Sennybridge, Powys, including DNA and ring-dating.
Olives in South Molton
This week’s photo challenge is a photo showing order. I love the way these olives are displayed in our local market.
Taken at Aberglasny Gardens in Wales
Took a detour down a country lane in Wales to get away from the hoardes of caravans and motorcycles , to be rewarded with the most perfect sea of blue.
Just back from an amazing trip to Wales, where the weather was glorious and nature was in its finest colours.