Sunday, April 16, 2017

16/04/2017 A few late emergency photos from the garden again.

Maximum temperature 15C, minimum 5C. 11 kmh NE wind.  Dry.
Bluebells and bee.

Californian poppy.

Blue bells and bee.

Tulip.

Apple Blossom and bee.

Bearded irises.

Ladybird.

Choisya ternata and bee.

16 comments:

  1. Your garden looks to be in great shape.

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    1. It needs a lot of work done on it still, I only pick the best parts for photos :-)) Cheers Diane

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  2. You have such beautiful flowers in your garden. I just put my garden out summer before last and I am still in the process of getting it looking good. I like to put a lot of metal and as you can tell fun stuff in my garden. I love all the colors you have in yours. Thank you for sharing such beautiful shots.

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    1. Lots of work needs doing this year as we are also making another small veggie garden. Decided the original was not big enough! We do not have a lot of flowers, but what we do have is bright and cheery. Cheers Diane

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous, Diane! I never tire of your posts and photos. Beautiful colours and details here! Happy Easter to you.

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    1. Always a lovely comment from you thanks Linda. Holiday here today but Friday was not. Have a great day Diane

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  4. Very beautiful flowers Diane. Your photos are stunning :)

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    1. Thanks Denise, enjoying your posts as well at the moment, love the virtual holiday I am having. Cheers Diane

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  5. Hi Diane. You are showing us some beautiful images from your garden. It puts ours to shame!

    I just want to apologise for only just seeing that I'd not published a comment on my blog with the snakes in, nor replied to it. That has now been rectified. Sorry!!! I hope you've been having a great Easter weekend - - - Richard

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    1. Thanks Richard, have caught up with you as well now. Cheers Diane

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  6. Your garden has so many beautiful flowers. You have taken great photos of bees and flowers. Have a good day!

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    1. Many Thanks Nancy, I love trying to get good shots of insects :-) Have a good week Diane

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  7. The light through the tulip petals is superb. As always I envy your skill at the macros.

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    1. Meanwhile I envy your skies and moon shots. What setting do you use for the moon, I tried the other night and had some useless photos. I have had the odd one in the past but can't remember how I had the settings!!! I need to write them down. Have a good week Diane

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    2. I need to make cheat sheets for shots like the moon as my last attempts were terrible. Seems I have to Google it every time.

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    3. Guess I looked in the wrong place on Google as the settings I looked up were useless!

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