This time last year I wrote about losing the bit of garden I’d cultivated for many years. I’d decided then to keep my gardening blog going but with broader horizons, and accordingly renewed the patiopatch site. The time has now come wherein it feels too much like hanging on in there instead of just burying the past.
I’ve been clearing the computer disc of the many, not-so-good floral images I’ve collected over this time and before trashing some of them, created a pixel-exploding collage. With this final flourish I thank everyone who has stopped by with encouraging comments, tips and knowledge, and inspiration from your own gardens. There is no doubt I will miss our mutual exchanges but the blogosphere is not a vacuum and inevitably our paths will cross as we all press on with ventures old and new.
Where to Find Me:
My wordpress photography blog – ELJAYGEE
Not much of a tweeter but I do sometimes twit @LauraBloomsbury
joining the dots...
This macro in the quizaway of my last post was one that took me by surprise, as if seeing a common or garden plant for the first time. And in a way that’s exactly what it was – for the last 7 years or so this perennial has been a favourite Spring mainstay and yet I’d never attended close-up to the structure of the leaf pattern, with deep veins and regular spaced dot markings. The image could easily be that of a caterpillar but joining the dots, the answer is… Read More…»
thank you for remembering
When commencing blogging, most of us hope that someone other than spam bots will connect. Comments are welcome confirmations and blossoming friendships are the confectionary of such virtual communication.
Whilst annonymity has also spawned ill-manners and foul-mouthed rants, as an ingenue exploring the blogosphere I was surprised to see prominently placed ‘award free blog’ buttons. At the time I considered these to be rude presumptions of a confetti of accolades but hindsight has shown that this is a politely circumspect way of side-stepping the issue. Read More…»