Hi all 😁 My entry for CFFC: Basically Two Colours.Continue reading “Basically Two Colours — Cees Fun Foto Challenge”
Hi all 😁 Here is my entry for CFFC: Red.
My wife and I visited the House for an Art Lover yesterday. The house was designed by Mackintosh and features many of his artistic touches. What struck me on our way round was that the predominant accent colour used was red (usually in the form of a rose) and so, I thought some pics from the house would suit this challenge.
So, here we go for a quick tour of red 😁Continue reading “Charles Rennie Mackintosh Red — Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Red”
Hi all 😁 and welcome to today’s Fan Of… Dandelions. I know that to many these are weeds, but who can fail to be a Fan Of… these bright, sunny flowers?
Have great day all 😁
Daily flower 💐
Daily flower 💐
I think I need to start wearing blinkers when out and about in Cumbernauld (only kidding – I would miss all there was to see) as all my walks take far longer than intended. I was out for a bimble with my wife to Cumbernauld House Park, specifically to get some photos of an info board within the park for a blog I was preparing, and some pictures of all the rhododendrums. On the way there, and back, I kept on stopping to photo the various flowers I came across. I was going to say that this was much to my wife’s annoyance, but she’s as bad as me; if I hadn’t spotted something, I was soon alerted by “ooh pretty”.
This is my third post about Flowers in Cumbernauld: Flowers In Cumbernauld and More Flowers in Cumbernauld being the previous two. I am sure that there will be more posts to come as there seem to be colourful surprises each time I step outside the front door.
The following four photos are probably my favourites of the day. A resident living in a house that backs on to a local lane has planted a rose next to the path so that anyone passing by can enjoy it — thank you whomever you are for brightening all our lives with this simple act.
Cumbernauld Flower Series:
Post 1 – Flowers in Cumbernauld
Post 2 – More Flowers in Cumbernauld
I was on my way back from the early shift this morning by a slightly different route and saw some more splashes of colour to add to my previous post Flowers in Cumbernauld. It was quite windy, so trying to get close-ups was problematic. Still, a bit of colour to brighten the day never goes amiss.
This post follows on from my last about the buildings and grounds and is about Kibble Palace and the plants contained therein. I will separate Kibble Palace into two posts: this one about the entrance area, the South Wing, and the North Wing. The next one will be about the main display hall.Continue reading “Glasgow Botanic Gardens: Kibble Palace Pt 1”