- Posted April 14, 2009 by Helen Hooker in Plants And Flowers. Viewed 4686 times
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I spent most of today at the RHS garden at Wisley in Surrey, taking photos of anything floral that stood still for long enough in between gusts of wind. I??ve usually had success with a particular type of flower each time I??ve visited Wisley. I had expected to shoot lots of tulips today (they had a fantastic display when I visited in mid-April 2007) but in the end I barely found a single one. Instead I found my most successful shots were of different types of daisies today. I??ve posted my favourites from the day here, including one notable shot which is very definitely not a flower! I encountered Sunny when I visited last May, although he was a tad more active last time. Today he was very definitely in lazy mode, enjoying the sunshine in the middle of one of the alpine beds ?? although he was very happy to wake up for long enough to enjoy a good tickle under the chin!
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