A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
As I've said before I love your take on life through the lens. always inspirational even if it doesn't show in my pics. All the best.
It really stands out against thr green.
It looks very - moist, and almost fleshy. Interesting.Three Rivers Daily Photo
Hello James.The leaves in the photo are part of a very long trailing stem which does, indeed, stand out quite strikingly against the new growth of ground elder beneath.Lucy
Hello Three Rivers.This leaf is certainly moist - it was raining. I cropped the raindrops which were on the lens out of the picture. Fortunately, they had missed the crucial bit!Lucy
Really vibrant, It's great to see some colour back in the garden.
Great contrasts and red on green really stands out.
Hello Gary.This is a hedgerow picture, I'm afraid, not a garden one.Two things about that though:-One is that I see hedgerows as a kind of extension of the garden - an especially happy approach when one's own space is cramped. Therefore, although I can claim no credit for its growth, I'm pleased to suggest a connection with this leaf!The other is that anyone who has such a large amount of ground elder as background foliage in their own garden might have cause for concerns!(At the same time, as you may know from LOOSE AND LEAFY, I am something of a campaigner when it comes to extolling the generally unacknowldeged beauties of ground elder!)Lucy
Morning Hermes - glad you like the 'Red' photo.Lucy
What a vibrant image.
Hello Mo.I find it cheerful too. It makes me happy because it sort of combines all the seasons - and I like being out in gentle rain.Lucy
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