The only connection between these pictures is that the moment I left my house, the sun went in; and the moment I turned my camera on a little sign came up to say the battery was about to give out; so I rushed at it. What could I do before it rained (which it didn't - the sun shone as soon as I was back inside) and the camera went on strike?
|Cur from the picture on the right.|
Yellow flowers are always cheerful and almost irresistible to many flying insects!
This convolvulus pillar has fascinated me for months. If it were to flower, it would look spectacular but, so far, it has merely dangled from a hawthorn tree.
Speaking of trees - the elder tree I've been following is doing so little now so I'll watch blackberries ripen.
Overall - whenever you go outside, dull or sunny, summer or autumn (at present it's a bit of a mix) . . . there's always something to see.