Category Archives: Gardens

Jessica and running out of RAM…

I have an ancient iMac that helps me produce all my digital output and just recently it has started to run out of puff when working with some of the very large files and new software.   In a very real … Continue reading

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Teaching an old dog…

For reasons I have no intention of going into here I have just bought myself a new camera and lens – not an entirely unheard of pattern of behaviour on my part.   However at the same time my rather ancient … Continue reading

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Not always welcome…

  As summer approaches the flowers start to come out in force and it is so tempting to make photographic images of them.  But therein lies the problem.  Flowers need light to look their best but the combination of the … Continue reading

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Some kind a misunderstandin’

 

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From the bright side of the road…

What a wonderful thing it is to live in England in spring.  This is not meant to be some form of jingoistic statement but rather a reflection of just how the weather changes so quickly on these damp and green … Continue reading

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That was the week that was…

Well I think we have survived the worst winter storm in a while…only thing is where I live it was really that much of endurance – thank goodness!   The news was full of deep snow drifts, communities cut off and … Continue reading

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Just when will the sun shine again?

January is in many ways the worst month of the winter.   We have had all the head excitement of the Christmas period to help us through the shortest days.  Now we have nothing to help lighten the the grey heavy … Continue reading

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