Starting at the front door.
Front patio, looking the other direction.
And around to the right.
A couple pots on the driveway.
The other side of the front patio.
The front garden as pedestrians see it.
From the front corner.
A close up of the mint. (See below for a film version of this.)
Another side of the front patio.
The white peony side of the side bed.
The side bed as pedestrians see it, white peony on the left, red on the right.
The red peony side of the side bed.
Beside the house.
Featuring orange and red lilies.
Further along the house.
The back garden from the gate.
Back door, with 4 more pots.
Our back patio eating area.
The lodge. There's another windobox on the other side. You can just see the glass sculpture here.
From the back of the garden bed looking toward the gate, featuring lilies.
From the back gate looking toward the front.
From beside the barbecue, featuring delphiniums.
Between the houses featuring an ambitious clematis trying to invade the attic.
Between the houses looking toward the back. Some of you might remember the wild Alberta rose that is where the iron thingie is. It's still there, plotting it's return from the underground lair where it lurks.
Of the Day
Film, but first a pre COVID serendipity. Pretty sure this is Auckland museum.
GW690 Kodak Gold 200, f8 1/125. I love the colour, but in hindsight I should have gone to f11 1/60 and got a bit more of the mint in better focus.