Cheetahs In My Shoes

living with the imaginary menagerie and all that it entails

See It, Snap It, Love It – Growing

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This is my parent’s garden – I haven’t enhanced any colours or adjusted the balance -this was exactly how the sun fell on it one sunny (?!) Tuesday afternoon.  You can still see the raindrops on the beetroot leaves, there is chard to the right and then the oh so yummy raspberries.  To the left are the leeks that will probably be our Christmas lunch…

 

Author: Jenny

Life, photos and recipes mixed with family life, additional medical needs and a whole load of imaginary friends

12 thoughts on “See It, Snap It, Love It – Growing

  1. A wonderful sunny shot!!! Cheers Nonoy Manga

  2. Love my veggie patch, when the sun shines!
    Beetroot leaves are beautiful x.

    • aren’t they just – the ones in our garden just look a bit anaemic – although that may be due to the army of slugs, snails and pigeons who are determined that we shall not have home-grown veggies this year

  3. Lovely – reminds me of my Dads veggie patch. We just have loads of weeds growing in ours!

  4. You must have picked the one sunny day of the year!

  5. My husband has a veg patch. I have eaten my weight in potatoes this year! :0)

    • already?! we don’t grow potatoes here for that reason! however, we will have eaten our height in cucumbers and cooked our weight in beetroot by the time September comes!

  6. Oh love seeing the raindrops…Nature is like that…does not need any adjustments to show it’s real beauty…that and it’s good to have the sun on your side!

  7. Gorgeous picture of your growing garden. I love all the different shades of green, beautiful. x

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