Monday, 26 October 2009

Colour for the lens.

Spent a few hours in the garden over the weekend, mainly sweeping up leaves and a bit of pruning whilst trying to decide where there might be space for the two Whichford pots when they get delivered in a few weeks time. At first I thought there wasn't much to look at but once the camera was in my hands it didn't take long for the lens to seek out the different colours that autumn brings. (Please click to enlarge).

Centre=Prunus; Top Left (Clockwise)=Euonymous alatus, Anemone, Brunnera, Spirea (probably Anthony Waterer), Ornamental Quince (Chaenomeles speciosa 'Yuki-Goten'), Spirea, Sisyrinchium striatum 'Aunt May' & Prunus.

And for all the fans, especially Kelly (aka 'Peanut') the avian colour was provided by our resident 'Robin Redbreast' (Erithacus rubecula).
Until the next time, have a good week everyone. FAB

14 comments:

  1. Frank, your robin is so much cuter than ours!!
    You have a good week too.

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  2. Beautiful collage, Frank. There's always lots of color in our world isn't there? Love your Robin. So different from ours.

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  3. I'm really enjoying the color. How could you not like the Robin Redbreast!

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  4. Yes that's a great garden representative collage Frank.

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  5. The robin on your side of the pond is such a lovely bird!

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  6. Kelly loves Robins ! Nice colourful post frank.

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  7. Beautiful autumn colors Frank and I wish I will get the robin turning around our neighborhood as beautifully as you did with yours!

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  8. Great colour in the garden Frank.
    Beautifully captured, and presented.

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  9. Lovely colours and an immaculate Robin for good measures.

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  10. Hi "Early Birders". Thank you for all your appreciative comments. Things may go quiet here for a few days as the final countdown at work (8 days to go!) gets in the way. FAB.

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  11. Love that collage, Frank. The colors are so striking. Thank you for sharing it and the picture of that cute little Robin.

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  12. Thanks Heather, I enjoyed putting the collage together. Unlike you I haven't attempted any other treatments..yet! Yes Robins are cute most of the time but they do have an aggressive side to their nature as well.

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  13. Love the site and information. You take really nice pictures of nature. I wish I had your skills =)

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  14. Circle Lenses. Thanks for dropping by & thanks for your comments.

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