Stephanie's Record Posts

This is the last of our 2016 season's squash and it's just waiting to become soup. Once I discover how to attack this giant and cut it up, it will be added to…

Busy with accounts at home today so photo had to be something at hand. I'd almost finished for the day and realised I  needed some sustenance. As I started to…

Returning home in the pouring rain, I found a little ray of sunshine on my doorstep. Two young neighbours had popped over with this bunch of daffodils. Even…

I love the way these large grass heads blow in the breeze but at this end of the season, they're really passed their best. Still I managed to find one that wasn…

Looking round the garden today I realised its not all good when you encourage the birds, looks like the stone lady needs a spring clean. At least the snowdrops…

This afternoon we had a flock of either Redwings or Fieldfare's roosting in the white poplars trees beside the garden. As the trees are nearly 60foot high I can…

Feeling a bit under the weather today I decided it was time to eat my last Christmas treat. I've been very good so far, eating only a part of each gorgeous…

A few days tidying up the garden and then the cold weather blows in again, but its great to see the snowdrops and other bulbs pushing through.  Galanthus…

A little flurry of snow overnight and I woke to a very different world. Not only was every surface sprinkled with white but the wind chill factor certainly made…

I was going away last October for a couple of weeks, just as my yukka formentosa was coming into flower. The flower stems are about three feet long and consist…

Realising today's date, I went looking for any red or pink flowers in bloom. My beautiful ,almost black, deep red rose came up trumps again. This rose seems to…

I can't quite say,  'Alas poor Yorick, ' for, rather than finding the skull of a court jester from Shakespeare's  Hamlet, all I'd found was probably the skull…

I spent an enjoyable  day last week with a couple of friends trying some different techniques and experimenting with our camera's. Here are a couple of the…

A lovely sunny day and I went with a couple of friends to photograph this very unusual church near Ongar.  Part of its walls, to one side of the entrance porch,…

We all forgot to tell our 13month old Granddaughter that soft 'pram shoes' were supposed to be worn IN the pram! She must have walked about 2Km today in hers…

Another series of photos from my trip to the Lake District. These, from the Far Sawry  writing home of Beatrix Potter. Although she married and spend a great…

Today I decided to revisit some experiments I'd first tried a couple of years back using my camera body with just a lens cap to replicate the pinhole techniques…

Last Thursday we travelled to North Yorkshire for the wedding of our youngest son to the lovely Naomi. This was to take place over several days, with everyone…
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