It’s hard to believe it today, as the rain pours down, but we’ve had some really hot, sunny days over the summer. The weather seems to have suited both flowers and their friends the insects. It’s been heartening to see so many over the past couple of months, both in gardens, and on wild flowers. … More Flowers and Friends
This beautiful traditional hay meadow is at National Trust Wallington.
One of my favourite sights at this time of year – a carpet of snowdrops. These were in the grounds of the National Trust property Wallington Hall. ”Beloved” is the theme for the photo challenge this week, and you can find out which objects, views, and people are held dear by other bloggers over on … More Beloved: snowdrops
This picture of trees mirrored in the surface of the China Pool at National Trust Wallington is my response to the Weekly Photo Challenge prompt for this week. It’s a beautiful spot, and as we were there on a still day, the water was free from ripples, and the reflections were very clear and crisp. It’s nice … More Reflecting
Wallington is one of two National Trust properties which are practically on our doorstep. The other is Cragside, which I’m sure I’ll post about at a later date, but today we decided to visit the former. Our first surprise was the weather, which was supposed to be grey and overcast, but which was warm and … More Surprise: A visit to Wallington