Wordless Wednesday 

More Wordless posts to view below, by all means leave a link to your Wordless post in the comments. https://irisgreenwald.wordpress.com/2016/05/25/wordless-wednesday-67/ https://lucidgypsy.com/2016/05/25/wordless-wednesday-208/ https://elizabethyeoman.wordpress.com/2016/05/24/wordless-wednesday-112/ https://justsnaps.wordpress.com/2016/05/25/wordless-wednesday-93/ https://cherylandrews.wordpress.com/2016/05/25/wordless-wednesday-25-may-2016/ https://patchworkponderings.wordpress.com/2016/05/25/quiet-on-the-lake-wordless-wednesday/ https://matildamagtree.com/2016/05/25/wordless-wednesday-161/

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T is for

Tree! Catch my daily photo over here. I’ve been watching the Rowan change through the seasons for over 20 years. It’s easy to ignore our immediate environment and take it for granted. Although the photographs just encapsulate a split second in the life of this tree – it is alive with activity throughout all seasons.… Read More T is for

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H is for

Hospital Which has recently been visited far too often. Sadly, I think this will curtail my A-Z postings for a while😦 Posted for the April A-Z challenge. You can also find my A-Z creative posts here

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G is for

Garlic I like garlic. The flavour adds something to certain dishes, but it also masks the flavour of some things that I enjoy more. For example, salad leaves have enough flavour of their own – a dressing full of garlic completely overpowers. Is it just my imaginatiion, but it seems that most TV chefs add… Read More G is for

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F is for

Fish You won’t find many of the above in the local waterways! Posted for the April A-Z challenge. I won’t be able to travel far, so all posts will relate to my locality in some way. You can also find my A-Z creative posts here

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E is for

Energy Just 5 minutes walk from our home is a canal. It is rarely used by boats these days, but managed to encourage wildlife. I’ve spent many happy hours walking along the towpath, watching the birds, waterfowl and the flora changing with the seasons. A bright flash of blue indicates that the Kingfisher is around,… Read More E is for

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