Kew Gardens 3rd Smile

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Another visit to my favourite garden.

Every time I explore different areas.

As it is so big, I never run out of finding beauties of nature.

This time I found

the making of a pinecone

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A really funny shaped very small bloom:

(I don’t know all the botanical names, as my eyes are bigger than my memory)

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One of my favourite grasses

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Another pretty little thing – a hanging flower

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One of Kew’s famous lizards

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a tall proud multi coloured beauty

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and another hanging blue miracle

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‘Then God said, “Let the land produce vegetation: seed-bearing plants and trees on the land that bear fruit with seed in it, according to their various kinds.” And it was so. 12 The land produced vegetation: plants bearing seed according to their kinds and trees bearing fruit with seed in it according to their kinds. And God saw that it was good. ‘ Genesis 1,11

 

All pictures taken at Kew Gardens by me.

Weekly Smile

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Yay

Trent’s Weekly Smile is back!

 

 

I am smiling about my progress in crocheting.

I love this cardigan I saw on Yochet’s blog.

 

 

After a couple of hurdles, as all is American….

translating it into English/German stitch names and converting the sizes I finally started.

I am smiling today that it is nicely growing.

 

Well worth a smile

don’t you think?

 

Shades of Green

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Green is the colour of nature.

The colour of Mother Nature

The colour of Life and energy.

It symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility.

Green has strong emotional correspondence with safety.

Dark green is also commonly associated with money.

 

…. just look at these different greens….

so many shades

 

 

and many different shapes and textures.

 

 

Green is relaxing for me, it feels warm, yet fresh.

However I do not have many outfits in green.

Do you love green?

What is your favourite colour?

 

Pictures taken by me at Kew Gardens