There was a previously unnoticed feature, called "Favourites" in the Photos application in Windows 11 that I hadn't noticed previously. It could well have been in previous versions of the Windows operating system but it hadn't ever caught my eye until earlier this week. This feature allows you to click on a photograph and add … Continue reading It was a Good Idea!
Month: January 2022
It’s Now or Never!
The road to hell is paved with good intentions and my thoughts of regular updates on snowdrops in the garden had almost fallen underfoot to be trampled and left in the company of those New Year's resolutions so quickly cast aside. (I didn't make any, to be honest!) As if often the case in life … Continue reading It’s Now or Never!
These moments are to be treasured, these moments of fortunate coincidence, of happy chance and the good fortune to be there to see it and, almost better still, to record it. A short walk in the garden this morning brought me to a shaft of low sunlight shooting under a large camellia - Camellia 'Donation' … Continue reading Serendipity!
Two Ladies Stopped by…
There has been a lull in gardening updates. Let me trot out the excuses - bad weather, a garden which is completely saturated, it's been cold, I've been lazy, unenthusiastic and have done very little gardening in the last while - so there was very little to write about and I wasn't in good enough … Continue reading Two Ladies Stopped by…
December 9th: I placed an order for A Passion for Snowdrops with Summerfield Books (in the UK) December 10th: Summerfield Books acknowledged receipt of my order. December 10th: Summerfield Books had finished processing my order and had dispatched it with Royal Mail. £14.95 for the book; £4.60 for postage - a total of £19.55. December … Continue reading Briefly Brexity
That's what I thought - easy peasy! - as I set out to write this post but I was quickly brought to my senses. I had a thought of organising a selection of photographs from the past year, a type of retrospective, but when I arranged all of last year's images into one folder I … Continue reading Easy Peasy!