The apricot trees have been in bloom since last week. They're still growing and this year, we've had more flowers than ever. We've also had a few nights when the temperatures dipped below zero, so you'll see that some of the petals have been bitten by the cold and have turned a beige color around … Continue reading Apricot blossoms
As promised and as has become customary for me every season, here is a gallery of photographs taken in our garden this past autumn. Get a cup of tea and sit down to enjoy them, I've got 293 images for you!
I promised I'd put together a gallery of photos taken in our garden last summer (that'd be the summer of 2018 for those of you who'll be reading this in future years), and here it is. Get ready to see 347 photos of summertime, taken between June and August of last year. Grab a cup … Continue reading Summer in our garden
I know late winter snowfalls are a hassle for most people. I know. Especially after spring seems to have arrived. Having to deal with piles of snow after dealing with it all winter long is not fun for most people. I am not most people. I love winter. I love snow. I love the cold. … Continue reading Photos from a recent snowstorm
Even though I can't handle being in the cold for a long time, I love winter. I love the smell of it in the air. I love the scrunch of the snow under my shoes. The world's a (mostly) dirty place and I love how clean the snow makes everything look. I love the grey … Continue reading Winter at home
It was still spring (26th of May) and a soothing spring rain had just fallen over our town. Raindrops were hanging on flower petals, leaves and blades of grass. The air had been freshened up and any breeze flowing through the garden made you shudder, now that the air and the earth had cooled off. … Continue reading A rainy day in the garden
It was the summer solstice a couple of days ago. On that longest day of the year, I thought it might be interesting to take photographs in our garden, just as the day drew to a close. I was especially interested in capturing the evening primroses, because we have so many of them this year, … Continue reading On the evening of the summer solstice