Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
In reply to Catlady:
Hi Mike & everyone. A few (of many) fragrant violets I found in the garden at my work. Their time was in April , already.
In reply to Mart 1:
...same colour, different fragrance: Lilacs of 2021. They're blooming everywhere right now :-)
In reply to SunnyKate2:
Lovely to look down the garden on very wet and gloomy day,and see the colours beginning burst through.
It might be a dull day, but the view still looks good.
Flickr Peak Rambler
Hi SunnyKate2 and Mike B ! Yes, every day leaves and weeds are growing visibly. While some blooms dissapear, new show up. And nothing is so fresh like the smells of a garden or meadow after rain.
On the photo: Lily of the valley , planted with love by neighbours in our appartment house.
Have a great weekend everyone :-)
Mart 1 said:
What a garden and what a panorama! You're blessed to live there, Sunny Kate :-)
Our grass is getting close to be cut, but before that happens, I thought I'd get down and grab some buttercup pics.
And a waxcap!
Finally, the Spanish Bluebells looking good.
For those interested, this was the set up, a mini tripod, wide angled lens and using the Canon Connect app to remote shoot, because there is no way I'll get up from down there....
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