Monday, 21 June 2010

Sunday


My family on Father's Day, hiding in the shrubbery! Happy Father's Day Dad, love you, look forward to seeing you soon.
Here are some pictures from the walk home from work this evening. It was another beautiful day in Devon.

Valerian growing in the church wall. This stuff grows out of the walls everywhere round here.



A bird higher than the moon




Sweet smelling honeysuckle in the hedgerow provided an amazing fragrance all the way home.


These weren't so sweet smelling!

Foxgloves are common in the hedgerows at this time of year.


as are Bracken and ferns. Some of the hedgerows that line the lanes are about 12ft high at the moment.



Sunshine on the fields



The rose on the workshop wall in bloom. The garden is entering its summer phase now, lots of new growth on the plants I planted out over the past couple of years.

Well I'll try to post some pot pics tomorrow.

Happy Monday all.

8 comments:

Ron said...

Happy Father's Day Doug. Nice to see everyone there.

ang said...

mmm really pretty i do love a foxglove!! hello cows.. i remember that aroma when i ran past them! and hi kids great fam shot, most of ours mum took and chopped our heads off..hehehe

Tracey Broome said...

Now that you found the shrubbery you must cut down the forest with a herring!
Lovely family photo and the nature pics look very much like the mountains of North Carolina. Happy Fathers Day! (Monty Python if you are wondering about the herring, sorry! we talk of shrubbery a lot around here, haha)

Trish said...

Beautiful on all counts...Happy day to you and yours!
Trish from Alberta

FuturePrimitive said...

Looks beautiful Doug. Love the fam pic too!
x

Hollis Engley said...

The real trick is sharpening the herring ...

littlewrenpottery.co.uk said...

Looks like a beautiful place! I like the photo of the cows mooo : 3

doug Fitch said...

:-)