Keeping chipper today, in face of the continued machinations of bread and washing machines, has been an exercise in gritted teeth and grim determination. I have been for a walk and cleared my head, enough to laugh at the idea that the bread machine and the washing machine might do better if they swapped tasks …..and to remember that a couple of very beautiful scenes graced my day.
To dwell on the best of the day as it comes to an end here are…..
Daisy Fields at the University Gardens.
Then, up I struggled (creak, creak, go the knees) and off I went to look at the stars in my garden. The star jasmine with its delicate scent has been out for a while but the clematis only started to bloom a couple of days ago.
Its always pleasing to see flowers.. I am glad we have this platform to share the beautiful things around us. Thanks for sharing.
Wow, amazing garden!!!
Thank you. I have a small garden but I love every inch of it.
A good way to end a day. Lovely photos.
Thanks. We both like to end our day with a positive view.
Woww This is So beaUtiful PIctures GReat Work ❤ .
HAppy NEw yr 🙂
Thanks. I see that you have beautiful photos too.
Yeah ^_^ Thanx You Liked it 🙂
Magical. Reminds me of Middle Earth.
That’s us. Middle Earth. Have you seen The Hobbit yet?
So lovely! A wonderful reminder to stop and REALLY look at my what is at my feet 🙂
Perhaps you still have lots of snow at your feet!
It’s starting to melt unfortunately! I love snow in the winter 🙂
I love daisies as well – comes from making daisy chains as a child. We don’t mow the lawns for quite a while when the daisies are out.
I think the University must be doing that too because I have never seen so many daisies in that area. The birds were so busy amongst the daisies and I think I saw wood pigeons too.
So beautiful! The secret of happiness, find beauty wherever you are. Beautiful!
It makes me happy that there is so much beauty to be found.
What a beautiful flower garden.
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Thank you so much.
Danke für Deinen Besuch.
Oh, how pretty! One of my first childhood memories is of staring at daisies 🙂
Childhood and daisies go so well together.
Fantastic photos and I love that daisy meadow! You live in such a nice place!
The University Gardens are truly lovely. One of my favourite places to visit.
I wish I was there taking the photo of you getting closer to the flowers . Your shoots are truly fantastic !
You would have got a really funny photo.
Yes, for sure. he he he
Beautiful pictures as usual. My favourite is from the lowest point looking up. And I would have loved to see the photos taken by someone observing you, truly dedicated to your art!! 🙂
Yes , I would have loved to see any such photos too. Honestly, that is the first time in years that I have gotten so close to the ground.(Oh, except for the time I tumbled on my garden path!). I really wondered if I was going to be able to get up again.