Until I have less pain and more strength, these photos will have to hold you, and I have to say I am slightly proud of them. My photography is still improving with each batch I take. It is so rewarding to be able to see my progress so clearly, just from practising.
|© 2011, Chrissy Fletcher - Daisy|
|© 2011, Chrissy Fletcher - Dandelion|
|© 2011, Chrissy Fletcher - Orange Tulip|
|© 2011, Chrissy Fletcher - Apple Blossom|
This year our eating apple tree is full of blossom, so we are hoping to have slightly more apples from it. As this photo was taken last weekend, you can imagine how beautiful the trees look this weekend. I wish I had the strength to take the camera out, but I don't, so you shall have to imagine it's delicate flowers instead. They really are beautiful.
|© 2011, Chrissy Fletcher - Bleeding Hearts|
|© 2011, Chrissy Fletcher - Fat Cat|
|© 2011, Chrissy Fletcher - Parsley waving like a Royal Cat|
|© 2011, Chrissy Fletcher - What does Parsley Spy?|
So there you have it, some more photos from this beginner, that I hope you like. Oh by the way, all the plants in our garden were put in by the previous owners before we moved in, 6 years ago. My poor OH spends most of the nice weather wrestling with it to stop it taking over completely. Maybe one day we'll put in some nice low maintenance shrubs, but until then, I get some pretty flowers to photograph.
Oh and for the record, the hayfever has been bashed into submission by the antihistamines and my head no longer feels like it is about to explode. My pain today is more of the usual kind from having so many chores to do last week. Just four more sleeps until the surgery!!! Oh and I get to take a mobile phone into the hospital so I can hopefully update my Facebook page if nothing else to let you know how I'm doing. You can follow my Facebook page by either clicking the "LIKE" button on the right hand side of my blog, or by just looking at my page, which can be found here. However, If you click the "LIKE" button you will receive updates made on my Facebook page, which includes when blog entries are put up and tweets, in your newsfeed.
Hope to be back and blogging soon! Thanks again for all your well wishes and support, it really does mean and awful lot.