Thursday, 21 May 2015

La Vie en Macro



Mint

Curry Plant

Osteospermum has been hosting a pollen based colour run for the bees:-)


Chive Flowers with a visitor



Strawberry Plant Flowers

Sage

The girl got busy planting seeds and hoping that it's not too late,
Funnily enough, we wondered the same thing last year.



while, the boys relaxed in the playhouse.

I spruced up the pallet planter, replacing many of the red succulents for the green ones that I prefer. 
It was a lovely weekend for being in the garden.


How Does Your Garden Grow? Mammasaurus

12 comments:

  1. I love your pallet planter. I've been thinking of making a bug hotel out of one. I've been looking at marco lenses for a while now and I really want one now!

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  2. Beautiful images. Such a joy to look at :)

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  3. Those macro shots are stunning! I love the ant visitor :) We've been very disorganised on the planting front this year, but we have had rather a lot of other projects on! Next year... :) #HDYGG

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  4. Looks perfect, I really love your pallet planer and I fancy chilling out in that playhouse - always meant to get one. What stunning pictures, both close ups and of your kids - just gorgeous.

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  5. What are you and Claudia doing to me this week? Giving me macro lust! This might be the most expensive HDYGG to date...
    You know I love your palette skillz don't you? And boy oh boy those kids are growing fast, she particularly looks much bigger. Those photos of her planting are just so sweet. Really love how happy these photos are, hope you are recovering well x
    Thanks for joining in again oh snookery dookery one :)
    PS. Love the new header x

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  6. The macro shots are just so pretty! Thanks for sharing details that I would otherwise miss! #hdygg

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  7. Oh I loved playing around with my macro lenses last summer - I need to find the time to do more, or even just to let the kids have a go - so fascinating. These are lovely pictures.

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  8. Oh I loved playing around with my macro lenses last summer - I need to find the time to do more, or even just to let the kids have a go - so fascinating. These are lovely pictures.

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  9. Ooooh how beautiful! Those leaves are particularly stunning in macro. And the allium just about to burst open is wonderful too. Must go and get my macro lens out and take a wander round the garden soon!

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  10. Fabulous macros and I would never have guessed that the leaf was sage. That is heading off to my "Green" Pinterest board!

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  11. Oh the pallet planter looks amazing, love that idea.
    Nature and macro photography go together so well, gorgeous shots, love the texture of the leaves

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