Joining in with Jez for his Fan of.. series with these images of frosted foliage from yesterday morning’s walk 🙂
A selection of green images from my archive for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Green this week 🙂
A chronological line up of pics showing a day in the life of two types of autumn fruits progressing from plant to plate 🙂
The fruit on mum and dad’s plum tree is ripening nicely just now, as are the brambles growing along the side of the road by the house. So the other day my husband picked some of both and I made them into one big fruit crumble.
After cooking in the oven I could see the fruit had been far juicier than I had anticipated so the end result didn’t look the best with all the juice soaking right up through the sugary cinnamony crumble topping but oh, the smell – and the taste – was absolutely delicious.
We had it hot with custard on the first day, then cold with vanilla ice cream the next… yum! 🙂
A delicate wild poppy growing along the edge of a potato field, plums growing in my mum and dad’s garden, wildflowers growing along the grass verge of a country road, and a very heavy sunset due to the density of dark clouds hanging over the Black Isle ❤
More naturally created lines than angles in this old weathered fallen log as seen looking first along the grain and then straight onto a cut cross-section radiating outwards 🙂
A pale Scottish dog rose for today’s Flower of the Day 🙂
It’s hard to tell if I’ve captured this ivy-covered gravestone from the front or from the rear – maybe it’s the ‘Cousin It’ of gravestones! Or is it a triffid biding its time…? 🙂