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Feather, Clematis and A Welsh Dragon

10 Aug

A delicate white feather became caught on the seed pods of a Crocosmia.

Feather

Lady Betty Balfour Clematis is one of my favourites. It is flowering rather early this year as it is supposed to bloom in September.

Lady Betty Balfour

A number of The Ingleheart Singers have been to meet the two Welsh choirs who are visiting us from Port Talbot for our Grand Annual Concert tomorrow. As I was leaving the car park of their hotel,  I noticed the sunset reflection in their coach window above the magnificent Welsh Dragon.

Welsh dragon

 
 

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2 responses to “Feather, Clematis and A Welsh Dragon

  1. maureenjenner

    August 13, 2018 at 12:58 pm

    Reminds me of an architect friend long ago telling me: “Always remember to look up when you’re passing a building; so often the history of a building will be revealed nearer the roof…”

    It’s true, because the renovations along a shopping area will only apply to what the shopping public can see at street level; there are some architectural gems to be seen just under the eaves.

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  2. saymber

    August 10, 2018 at 11:49 pm

    All three of these pictures resonated. I like that you noticed a feather too – it’s always somehow symbolic to me with the feathers. The Welsh Dragon/sunset pic was cool too. If I lived closer to you I suspect we would go through quite a few memory cards with picture taking. You are a person like me, you notice the aspects of life most people just walk past or ignore. The little things – the space in between has a lot going on!

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