Thankful Thursday

I am so lucky that everytime we are out my husband is always willing to babysit our son while I take photos of flowers in gardens that we visit. Few minutes by myself is doing wonders in my well being I am telling you. I am so happy after those few minutes of seeing these beautiful plants up close. Like this last Saturday. Sebastian and my husband stayed on an open lawn to watch some live music while I am few meters away taking photos in a secluded garden. Jill's Garden is located near the Garden of Fragrance but this is the only time I have visited it. I found out that this is another nice small quirky garden.

I also realized that it is awfully nice to take some photos while you have music in the background. It really does set the mood so maybe next time when its gloomier I can bring some music with me to lift my (the plants') spirit more.

My brain is really in a rut and I am out of words to describe everything that I am feeling at the moment. My writing muse left me (as if I ever had one). What I have are photos of blooms that delighted me in the past days. Hope you will enjoy looking at them as I enjoy taking photos of them!

Peace!

In addition we went walking to Bristol and this caught my attention. A plant patch with lettuces, chilli and tomato in addition to flowers in their College Green Park. Amazing right!

xx

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13 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday

  1. Anonymous

    oh that veg flower bed is pretty cool. I am the same i am so grateful to my hubby to push the baby trolley while i take photos it really does sooth the soul.

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  2. Anonymous

    HDYGG

    I’m thankful for a boyfriend who never complains when I stop to take ANOTHER photo on one of our walks 🙂 Love that blue painted wood next to the green of the leaves. Beautiful!

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  3. Anonymous

    Very nice indeed

    That was a lovely post. Nice to see the Jill Dando sign. Even if you are stuck for words for your blog ( like we all get, especially me ) your photos are lovely. What camera are you using and what after effects ( if any ) do you use?

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  4. Anonymous

    I had forgotten that Jill Dando was originally from Weston-super-Mare. I remember one of my colleagues at work telling me the awful news of her death. What a beautiful reminder of such a lovely person.

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  5. Anonymous

    I remember the tv programme about making Jill’s Garden (showing my age here!). Such lovely images, especially the allium with the bee x. Annie @ SuffolkPebbles

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  6. Anonymous

    So many gorgeous photos. I love to take a few garden photos while my husband chases after my two when we’re out and about, too -lovely few moments to ourselves 🙂

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  7. Anonymous

    I didn’t know about the garden for Jull Dando – what a lovely thing for them to have done.
    Bristol is fab isn’t it? What a great idea to mix up the veg and flowers like that! Thanks for joining in again, I hop you’ve been enjoying the sunshine x

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