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After such a lot of wet and dreary weather this last May, it’s been a joy on my local walks around the Nottingham Canal, fields and woodlands to see the abundance of wild flowers everywhere! The delight of seeing close up the red campion, may blossom, buttercups, daisies, speedwell, vetches and the beautiful cow parsleyContinue reading “Wild and Wonderful Flowers”
I have recently accepted a kind invitation to display my collection of framed prints in the Tea Room at the wonderful Canalside Heritage Centre at Beeston Lock on the River Trent, Nottingham. They will be on display until the end of May 2021 and you can see them on your way into the garden afterContinue reading “Giclèe prints actually on display!”
How lovely it is to see the bees buzzing around the garden! I just had to go back to a favourite subject and work on a few small bee portrait pics. Was it also because I’ve been reading ‘The Bees’ by Laline Paull…wow..what a book!