The end of the year marks our 6th Christmas in Cornwall. It’s been quite an eventful few years and nothing like I expected it to be. The last two years in and out of lockdowns meant staying at home has been our norm, though this year we did at least manage a short holiday to a neighbouring county. Photos of which can be found on my other blogs: Travel Words and Earth laughs in Flowers.
Forget me Nots
Princes / Princess Magriet
Wallflowers and Princes Magriet
April was enjoying all the spring bulbs I had planted the previous autumn.
Bee on Echinops
Helianthus ‘Lemon Queen’
Hydrangea aspera – subsp. sargentiana
In August we managed a trip to Trelissick Gardens to enjoy the summer borders and also for me to focus on photographing shadows.
November saw us stay close to home with a walk along the George V Garden in Hayle and a visit to Penzance and the Morab Garden.
I hope you will join me in my Cornish adventures this year.
Lens Artists Photo Challenge #180 | “Favourite Images of the Year”