Setting up my June exhibition, we have a well deserved lunch break. Inspired By The Garden 28 Cork Street, London. W1S 3NG Monday 1st June 2009 to Saturday 6th June 2009 Weekdays 10.00am – 6.00pm Saturday 10.00am – 5.00pm A percentage of proceeds will go to Young Art Scotland for Cancer Research UK and Roy […]
A sorry to all my e friends for my prolonged absence due to pressure of work; then again, when the view is like this by your home who would be in front of a computer!!
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Some flowers from our garden Marley, as promised. (1st one, more to come)
To all lovers of Van Gough, I apologise, in part, for my opinions and in respect for you all, I add the joke I saw in a bunch of flowers my wife brought home recently; these three specimens which are now past their best! We will plant the seeds next year to see if they […]
“No, I am not here”. First time I have managed to grow basil from seed. Wild Geranium outside. Muddled up with the lawn mower, this little cap was also worried about the lack of butterflies this year.
Here as promised Museworthy is some St John’s Wort for you. My American Appaloosa mare aged 32, was attracted by all the attention and had to come and see what I was doing on the ground!
Amanda Sisk posted a fine picture of roses on her blog a few days ago, I can’t compete but neither can I wait ‘till February. The Rose in June was my Uncle’s boat and gives me an idea for a sculpture, (not a flower or a boat I must add!)
Like so many husbands across the length and breadth if merry England, I mowed the lawn last week-end. I wonder just how many others were accompanied by a stowaway such as this splendid toad who stayed in his chosen place for much of the hour or so it took. In case you missed him in […]
Beauty and the Beast; summer’s gone but some colour hangs on.