The Priory boat (HMS Despondent) quietly mouldering on the East Pond.
Having depressed you with a tale of duck desperation, duck derring-do, duck despair and duck death (see last post), I thought it would be fun to carry on in a similar vein. Who needs good times and chuckles, anyhow? A couple of weeks ago, Jim called me into the garden to look at a large … Continue reading Priory Picture Post # 21
I know that I have posted photos of a grass snake before (see - 'Grass Snake') but when I noticed one today (twice the size of the one I saw last September), I was rather excited. And very pleased. While I can't say that I approve of their diet (frogs and toads), I am only … Continue reading Priory Picture Post # 20
Now that the ponds are once more filled to the brim and the south wind has swept them clear of duckweed, I can enjoy their clarity and their visual depth. I know I've posted some photos of them recently but I do find them captivating. Hope you do too. Weekend Reflections.
Life can seem a little too drab, a little too grey in December. So a plant (even in the greenhouse) that explodes into outrageous colour (and then hangs around for several days) is only too welcome. Thanks Pleiospilus nelii. You're a little star.