All photographs copyright Lynne Revette Butler
what's shiny today?
From suburban lawn to backyard homestead...with ducks. A journal by Lori Fontanes
Parks & Gardens in London, the UK & abroad
Gardening on the edge of a cliff
A Writers Journey
"If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need." Cicero
An Englishman and an Italian / English Dictionary
Finding hope in a chaotic world...
Images and stories from my travels and life in the Northern Territory and Queensland.
Where was I? Oh yes...
Lovely theme. I especially like the shadow of the seed-head on the brick wall.
Thank you; that’s part of the west facing wall of our Victorian house and I love looking at those old bricks even without the added attraction of the shadows.
love the changing of the seasons,I seem to always be waiting for the next explosion of colour.
I like most months of the year in the garden but February is my least favourite; I get impatient waiting for those first days when the sun feels warmer. I always feel cheated if we get high winds in the Autumn and lose the leaves too quickly after they have changed colour as the Chiltern woodlands look spectacular in the right conditions.
Yes the autumn can go quickly here and I grow an awful lot of stuff for this time of year…I just take loads of photos..
Just found this page so I am belatedly answering every ones comments…