For a lot of people at the moment, life is strange, complex and worrying. We don’t know what will happen, we don’t know how long we’ll be in lock-down, we don’t know whether the world will ever be the same again. Some people have time on their hands, looking for things to occupy themselves. Some,…… Continue reading Keeping it Simple
I like to try and live in harmony with nature. Even if I was able to work hard getting my garden all perfect and neat, I don't think I would want to. What I really want is a bit of the wild countryside that's easier to access being right outside my door. I want to… Continue reading Wildlife Welcome
I like to try and live in harmony with nature. Even if I was able to work hard getting my garden all perfect and neat, I don’t think I would want to. What I really want is a bit of the wild countryside that’s easier to access being right outside my door. I want to…… Continue reading Wildlife Welcome
I don’t really do landscapes. However, the weekly photo challenge says “show us your best establishing shot…” so I’m going to look at it that way rather than a traditional landscape. So here’s an establishing shot before I looked more closely at a patch of Celandines. It’s still pretty close up but you can see…… Continue reading Landscapes?
This 14-spot Ladybird seemed to be busily moving with purpose, on its way somewhere. It hard to know where it was heading but it was definitely on the way to somewhere… In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “On the Way.”
I noticed these 24-spot Ladybirds when I was out walking yesterday, and only noticed when I got back home and looked at the pictures that they are a little confused. Everywhere there were various bugs and beetles full of spring fever, in the process of passing on their genes to the next generation. These two…… Continue reading Spring Fever