Archive for June, 2018
I am not sure, photographically, this deserves to be number 300. But it is so there. My chilli plants are looking good, but it was time to move them all into their own pots and into the garden. So there they stand!
It’s a weirdly little thing this. Tucked into an alley near my house on the wall of someone else’s. I can’t help but wonder if it is actually leading somewhere. What’s the room on the inside?
Probably my favourite flower growing in the garden right now!
I’ve found pictures of bits of Birmingham canals to be some of my most pleasing to look at and take, so why not take more
It’s been a long time coming for this shot. There’s this wonderful little path near my home which has been closed for several months because they’ve been building flood defences. Finally it’s back open!
I have been walking past this for weeks now and I always thought it had some potential. It’s the outside of a skip, strangely. But it’s such a unique pattern of colours and lines.
There’s a rock engraved with footprints near me, but it’s not in a place I often pass by, hence my not taking a picture of it sooner. Honestly I am glad I waited for these conditions!
My partner’s Grandparents have really made an effort in their garden. It’s just a matter of finding the right angle to best view it. The cherub is called Geoffrey.
‘We should probably go check it out.’
‘Nah I’m good. Let’s just stay here.’