Tuesday, 23 July 2019

Follow the colour


Colourful bunting invited me in to the allotment gardens... and once there, it was easy to follow the colour all around. I liked the juxtaposition of these contrasting colours, textures and shapes - pretty pink roses and a blue shed:


Wonderful pink veins on a cabbage leaf:



More beautiful roses, which seem to be at their best in late June/early July, though wet weather can really spoil them quickly.   


These yellow spikes are, I think, Yellow Loosestrife (Lysimachia punctata). I liked the look against the grey weatherboarded shed:


I'm always a fan of sweet peas and this variety seems to flower abundantly:


5 comments:

  1. Our roses are finished for the year. The heat of the last few weeks was hard on them.

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  2. Oh how lovely...soft lighting without harsh shadows...really brings out the colors!

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  3. Those allotment sheds make a perfect backdrop for the flowers.

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  4. Delightful photos - thank you Jenny!

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