Admittedly these may not be the obvious things that spring to mind for most people when thinking about the topic of ‘a good match’, but as I glanced through recent photos these leapt out at me. At this time of year, if there is sunshine after the rain, there’s a good chance of capturing some…… Continue reading Droplets on Catkins
It was a frosty morning at my parents’ house this morning so I went out in the garden to see what I could see. My favourite thing was the combination of frozen and melting droplets on the grass as the sun warmed everything up. So pretty 🙂
During my last couple of walks round the village, the sun was shining after rain so there were a few things catching my eye with the shine of sun on water droplets. And the few remaining insects were catching the light in their eyes and their wings. Inspired by the Weekly Photo Challenge: Shine
In some parts of the world there is a regular rainy season. In Britain sometimes it feels like it’s always rainy season! Our winter this year hasn’t been very wintry really. We’ve had one morning where there was a sprinkling of snow, and perhaps 2 or 3 frosty mornings but for much of the rest…… Continue reading Rainy Season
The Weekly Photo Challenge is ‘Weight(less)’ this week. Some things in nature are so delicate and small they seem weightless. Of course they must have some kind of mass but when you see an insect climbing over delicate grasses without much bending, it can’t weigh much. This Harebell is a delicate flower, light enough to…… Continue reading Light and Gentle
Today the weather is crisp, cold and bright, after a lot of wetness overnight, so I had a little potter in the garden looking at the droplets shining in the sun. With the weekly photo challenge in the back of my mind, I was looking out for threes … In response to the Weekly Photo…… Continue reading A Trio of Droplet Trios
I had a double treat today! The sun came out – treat number one – and I had a lovely, surprisingly warm walk round the village. And treat number two was a dragonfly! I thought they were all gone for the year, but I guess the unusually warm day brought one out again. So here…… Continue reading November Treats
Ok, so where do we go with boundaries? How about this fence which is quite literally the boundary of the field, stopping me from getting in and the cows from getting out. There are many boundaries in this photo. My daughter is riding along the boundary fence in the show-jumping area of the field. There…… Continue reading Big and small boundaries
Regarded by many as a particularly pesky garden weed, Bindweed has a poor reputation. However, just look how beautiful it can be, in the sunshine after the rain!
Sunday started out rather wet. Later on when the rain stopped and the sun came out, the droplets were calling to me! As it was a still day the droplet just hung there even on the most delicate of plants.