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The joy of Infra-Red (IR) photography is the colors. I am still learning the post processing part and these are my results:

Quote of the day ~ A flower does not think of competing with the other flower next to it. It just blooms.

First roses from our garden. Knowing spring is nearly here makes me so happy. I just can't wait for that day when I will put all my flowers outside and…

The camellias don't seem to mind the weather. Just started to bloom in the garden so it must be spring... apparently...

I have been absent for awhile, I am now the proud owner of a pacemaker - and my life, thanks to modern medicine and the competence of today's brilliant doctors…

About this time of year our garden becomes a mass of small, white, downward facing flowers. The snowdrops (Galanthus or 'milk flowers') have arrived -…

I was looking through old photos for a specific one and came across all the dozens upon dozens of pictures I used to take of my flowers. I love to garden and…

There is still some Thyme. There is still some Thyme in my garden. Good to cut and add to stew. In winter. How odd....It shouldn't be there this time of year,…

With the temperature below zero for the last few days the cherry blossom in the garden is looking distinctly crusty!

Free summer concert and light show at the botanic gardens. I haven't had much experience taking photos at night so it was a good chance to practice.

Is this the gate to a secret garden. A lovers place or an entry to adventure. What lies behind these close gates. Maybe I can find out in 2020.
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