A Rock Shandy. Ask any bartender in South Africa or Zimbabwe for one of these and he will know exactly what you want. I have struggled to find one in a UK pub, though, to be fair, it is a drink for a hot day, ideally on the beach, but the garden will do! The... Continue Reading →
Lily of the Valley flowers in a pot in the garden. As spring moves towards summer every year this pretty little white flowers bloom in a pot in our garden. Always a welcome sight, we do watch for them to appear. In fact, this year, they have self-seeded to the point where we will need... Continue Reading →
Heading from robertsbridge by a different route (doing a bit of exploring) we decided to stop and see the Brighton Marina, and have a bite to eat.
Summertime. In the countryside. On a sunny day. Just sit back and listen to the buzzing of the bees as the flit from flower to flower collections pollen. I was there with my camera (Lumix TZ100). [envira-gallery id="9743"]
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A couple of brightly coloured summer flowers. These can be purchased on my photography site.
A photo of Tenby Harbour in the morning, showing some of the beautifully coloured buildings.Tenby is an historic town tracing it's beginnings to the 10th century. During the 12th and 13th centuries a castle was built and the town walled. Some of these walls still stand.The Victorians made the town popular as a seaside resort,... Continue Reading →