Tag Archives: #2019picoftheweek

Roses that Follow the Rule …

The Rule of Three, that is. The white field rose blossoms a few weeks later than the more commonly-seen pink dog rose. Here, three friendly pollinators do their job, oblivious to the camera that captures them at their chores. For … Continue reading

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The Yellow Flag

I look at the list of titles Maria has given me for the #2019picoftheweek challenge. Which to use this week? Pick a Colour Though, is the colour green? Of which there are many shades here. Or is it yellow? You … Continue reading

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Powder Puff Young

A riverside walk unexpectedly turned into a family meeting when a swan and her young came to greet us … No denying it. Those cygnets qualify from the 2019picoftheweek challenge title Soft. For details of #2019picoftheweek challenge see MariaAntonia

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Bee a Good Helper

I impose my own criterion for my Sunday Picture Post: Whether Flora or Fauna, they must be native and found growing wild. But occasionally I find something simply stunning, that doesn’t conform. Fortunate for me, one of the titles in … Continue reading

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Where Shall I Sit?

I’m claiming this photo for #2019picoftheweek challenge title: All in a Row¬†which I’m sure you’ll agree qualifies. [For details of #2019picoftheweek challenge see MariaAntonia] But what, you ask, is sedilia? It is what’s otherwise known as the Priests’ Bench or … Continue reading

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Hethel

No, that’s not the name of this gentleman’s wife (it was Mary), but the village where this magnificent marble effigy can be found. Norwich born Myles Branthwaite Esq, died August 1612, aged 55. Dates are not given for his wife. … Continue reading

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The Very Gall …

Undeniably eligible for the 2019picoftheweek title: In Your Hand [For details of #2019picoftheweek challenge see MariaAntonia] The gall-fly, in need of sustenance for her developing larvae, genetically modifies the oak to produce for her infants this cosy home. I know … Continue reading

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