Anyone would think I was obsessed with Damselflies – I’ve just realised the featured image for the last 3 posts has been a damsel! However it’s not just damsels – I am also a little obsessed with Dragonflies! And joy of joys I saw my first dragon of the year at the weekend 🙂 This was,Continue reading “First of the season”
This little damsel was spotted at the weekend. I thought it was a freshly emerged Common Blue female but it turns out it’s an immature male Azure. It was kind of ghostly and pale which is what made me think it was pretty fresh. And of course this is early in the season so it’sContinue reading “Fresh Damsel”
From behind the furry covering, the fresh yellow stamens are now appearing on the Willow catkins. They’re clean and new and fresh. Some are all the way out now, and others just peeking. They looked lovely in the sunshine yesterday morning 🙂 In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Fresh.”
You probably know the saying ‘as fresh as a daisy’ … well here’s a daisy that shows why this saying is correct. Fresh in this mornings heavy dew, in the beautiful bright spring sunshine I found this freshly opened daisy. Don’t forget to click on it to see it larger. I had the best walkContinue reading “Fresh as a Daisy”
A less exotic flower today – we spotted this daisy while out for a walk, and its the first one I’ve seen this year so I had to take a photo of it. It may be common and unexotic, but it still has its own special charm.
Lavender is one of the few remaining flowers in the garden, so forgive me for featuring it again! Photo taken on Saturday and tweaked today.
At the moment in much of the UK, it is HOT… not hot by comparison with some parts of the world, but for us it’s hot! And it’s been hot for a while and looks set to continue. So when I saw the photo challenge was “fresh” all I could think of were cool showersContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh”
heat fades to cool drapes of mist we are drenched in the fragrance of summer rain breathing in freshness
I am very fond of ferns. There’s something about them when they’re unfurling that catches my eye every time and I have to stop and take a photo. These are some of my better shots (there are many more!) which range from the unfurling shots back in May to half-unfurled which I think were inContinue reading “Unfurled Ferns”