Sunday, October 1

September in pictures

Each month I keep a summary of our gardening activities - with the occasional non gardening items sneaked in - on our website. The summary has links to any relevant posts on either of our blogs. September's page is now complete.

The summary includes picture collages that provide a snapshot of each week. The collages are shared below.
Week 1

Week 2
Week 3 

Week 4

Week 5

13 comments:

  1. A lovely collection of photos, Sue! (You are an even more prolific photographer than me!) you got some good harvests too, despite the problems of mobility and weather.

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    1. That's only a tiny selection of photos, Mark, Just looked and I have 297 photos taken and kept in September and I deleted loads too. What's more September was a photo light month. I kept 483 in August.

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  2. That's a terrific overview of the month. I very much enjoyed it.

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    1. Glad that you enjoyed it, Michelle. I do this every moth on my website but have only posted a couple of months on the blog maybe it is something I should continue.

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  3. Lovely pictures, I especially enjoyed the little hog in the ivy and the goldfinches.xxx

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    1. I would have guessed that they would be your favourites, Dina

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  4. A wonderful pictorial journal of the September, Sue. It must be a point of satisfaction when you literally see everything you & Martyn have accomplished over the past month.

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    1. We were lucky that we got lots done at the beginning of the month, Margaret as not much other than harvesting during the last three weeks.

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  5. What a beautiful, bountiful month for you and the goldfinches Sue. Lovely to see a hedgehog.

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    1. I do worry about the hedgehogs on the allotment site, Brian, where there are slug pellets. My sister has one or two visit her garden every night except when it is very wet

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  6. Beautiful photos or harvest, flowers and birds! You have well documented monthly gardening activities Sue! ;)

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  7. What a fantastic photo selection and a neat idea, Sue. It is so hard deciding which photos not to include too. Great job! I see you have a Greenfinch in there also and have Goldfinches which is great to see as if my memory serves me at all, Goldfinches weren't seen in your garden for a long spell. I enjoyed your collages very much :-)

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