Another day out we managed during the recent trip home to the UK was to Cliveden (pronounced CLIV-den) House.
The house itself is a hotel but the gardens are open to the public and managed by the National Trust. This is also the venue for a large flower show annually run by the Royal Horticultural Society; we just went on a normal day though.
Cliveden has a rich history; Once the home of Nancy Astor Continue reading “Gardens at Clivedon House”
I love bees, here’s one buzzying about 🙂
Americans and more specifically American shop workers are so freakin’ helpful. As a reserved British person, sometimes I like to anonymously walk into a shop, browse a little and walk out without anyone noticing; you’re not allowed to do that here. And I am not only talking about little clothes shops here, I’m talking any shop. Continue reading “Americans are so damn helpful”
The daylight saving time change is what has thrown me off on this. Last week I got the assignment as i finished work giving me an opportunity to get some shots on my way home, now they are an hour later so light is fading fast and I am already into evening tasks. Oh well i just have to shift my thinking slightly.
The challenge was Natural world, so I took a wander out at lunchtime yesterday and on my way home before today’s challenge was set. I think these are more the ‘cultivated’ world rather than natural but hey you take what you can get.