Wednesday, January 11

Purple heather


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  1. Wow-they're beautiful up close. I don't think I've EVER looked that closely at one. Gorgeous!
    Have a great week, Sue

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    1. That is one thing that taking photographs makes you do, Sue look at things in far more detail. Hope your week is good too.

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  2. Gorgeous. We used to have it in the garden when I was little, and now I love to see it all over the mountains of north Wales. You've reminded me how beautiful it is.

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    1. We used to have a heather bed in the garden CJ but that is long gone. We bought a few plants for some winter colour in our tubs. This is one of them.

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  3. I'm not sure which is prettier ~ heather close up or in the distance when it makes a deep purple haze over the moors.

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    1. The wild heathers look good in carpets, Deborah but we haven't really swathes of heather in our garden just a couple of tubs.

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  4. Stunning, must take a closer look at mine tomorrow.xxx

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    1. That's the good thing about taking photographs, Dina it makes you appreciate the small things.

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