Wednesday, September 11

September Sunshine


 Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett

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  1. Well, that's sunshine on a stalk. Very pretty.

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  2. It's the only sunshine we have at the moment, Jo

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  3. That really is Sunshine isn't it! It's fabulous how vibrant and sunny Yellow can make a border look even on a gloomy day.

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    1. The day that I took the photos it was bright and sunny, Linda but you are right they provide a patch of sunlight when it's gloomy too

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  4. Lovely. I've been tiptoeing round photographing the last of the flowers today as well. Let's hope autumn isn't too hasty in arriving.

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    1. I hope it last CJ as I have a Michaelmas Daisy Purple Dome that didn't get round to flowering last year and I'd really like to see it flower this year.

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  5. Ahhhhh....a sight for sore eyes! Gorgeous!xxxx

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  6. This post is a timely reminder that I must find a camera that does close up shots. And also that Rudbeckia should be on the shopping list for next spring.

    Christine in Alaska, no yellow flowers...yet

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    1. My camera is just set to the widest angle setting and then I ger up close to the subject and the camera does the rest. Also being a high res camera I can crop in to get the detailed close-ups.

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