Wednesday, September 5

August in pictures








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  1. Lovely harvests considering the dry weather conditions. My aubergines were nibbled by slugs before fully ripe. Happens every year. Your grapes look good - a neighbour here grows vines for the leaves (he's Greek) but has had lovely dark grapes this year as the vine is growing up a warm sunny wall.

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    1. Our grapes grow on the garden greenhouse, Caro

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  2. The Dahlias steal the show for me.

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    1. You’re a dahliaphile are you, Mal?

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  3. What a fantastic gallery! Loved the goldfinch and that mother and calf! Those cracks in the soil are most dramatic!xxx

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    1. Highland cattle are great aren’t they, Dina?

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  4. What fun! I loved it. I wish we had somewhere to raise Highland cows. I love them. What is the pretty bird at the end?

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    1. The two birds at the end are both goldfinches, Bonnie. The one on the right is an adult and on the left is a juvenile born this year. Our goldfinches are quite different to yours.

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  5. The sheep, highland cattle and little hedgehog steal the show for me but the photos as a whole give a very good roundup of the month, sunny, dry and lots of harvesting.

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    1. I can never resist photographing Highland cattle, Jo

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  6. Awesome photo recap of the month, Sue - all the diversity not only in harvests bit in what you have seen/done over the month.

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    1. Thanks, Margaret - glad you enjoyed the photos

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  7. What the tomatoes! I see Sue that you have had very good harvest in August, lovely orchids and pelargonias, and all this despite on hot and dry weather.

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    1. One advantage of hot, dry weather was no blight, Nadezda.

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