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Love the wee pansy poking through all that greyness and grime.It's a metaphor for something.
I thought you, as a photographer yourself, would like that one, Gerry.
Those cascades of Aubretia are stunning, as are all the animal shots(especially the cats, large and small).Every one a gem as usual Tris.
There's actually a garden in a small town near here which has an aubritia wall rather like that. Absolutely amazing. I must try to photograph it next year when they are out. I've never managed to get them to grow in walls.Thanks Gerry...
The wee tree's my favourite.
A wee corker Jim. I've got a silver birch growing out of a dead log in a similar way in the garden. Eventually I'll have to dig the whole thing into the garden.
When the time comes to remove it Tris you could put it into a container and grow it Bonsai for a couple of years. I had some success with a wee Rowan tree I found in similar circumstances. I later "freed" it to the garden to grow natural.
It's already too big for that Gerry. Next year, while its dormant I'll move the log he's growing in to a space in the garden where he can grow big, and root into soil...although I'm pretty much over treed now.Maybe we'll have to liberate him and his log to the forest!!
rat on cat
Easy going cat!!
lovely pictures as ever but lacking in orange animals! The landscapes are beautiful and the look on that dog's face... I will say that I hope the veg on the train tracks idea does NOT catch on here. I don't buy veg if it's sitting out on a street display - pollution ain't good for the system imho.
Ah... yes, Orange Animals...double doze next week?LOl, I don't think that we are going to start selling veg from underneath a train any time soon.I buy mine from Aldi, and they are fond of their clean, ordered shops!!I love the dog too. But then I love them all...
Great variety like the black bear and cub in their natural environment. I wonder what the world would be like if humans hadn't evolved.
In a word...better!Thanks CH
Lovely batch of photos.
:) Thanks Marcia.