Stephanie's posts from July 2021

28th July - A few of the clearer bees in the lavender, they're soo busy buzzing around and constantly on the move......

Spent an enjoyable evening in the Thaxted area , seeking sunset images but enjoying a chance to meet up with other photographers again after the long wait.....…

Day 192 I'm just catching up with some processing of a few photos from earlier in July - a sunny evening at the local National Trust Property at Hatfield…

Day 190 - Still on the macro theme, I thought I'd see just how large I could make an image of my tiny, salmon coloured, patio rose. With the bloom fully…

Day 189 - Today I noticed the first Fungi this summer in our garden, but it seemed that one had already been nibbled by the wildlife!

Last Monday evening we experienced a short but powerful storm and a month's worth of rain fell in a short period from 5-6pm. This caused road flooding and…

July 10th - And it was time for another Bee Inspection to see how the newest Hive is getting on. This was a swarm collected towards the end of May from a…

With my hubby driving back along the motorway Sunday evening, I was able to look at the brilliant changing light show....... Dark brooding clouds foretold at…

5th July - Walking beside the fields the crops are certainly growing fast after the last few showery warm days. Amazingly this was a crop of oats with a fair…

4th July 2021 -Day 177 but also Independence Day in the USA so I thought I'd post an explosion of flowers in celebration of my American Friends and family!

The moon was really sparkling in the early morning sun with just a few wisps of cloud to add interest!
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