I walk past this doorway a lot and always think how pretty it is. I’ve tried photographing it several times from various different angles, but have never got it quite … Read more
A taxi driver proudly told me that Totnes is ‘wacky’ and I guess this sums up what he means perfectly.
This tank-stroke-planter filled with thyme was also in Mary’s garden (see below). Next up: one for the girls!…
If there’s a nicer town than Totnes in Devon, I’ve yet to find it. It’s a Transition Town, has a garden sharing scheme and is surrounded by a patchwork of … Read more
I’m always telling my flatmate John that he should start up his own blog, rubbernecking.com. He’s an expert on who lives in what house, what they paid for it and … Read more
As I am currently unable to gad about, my next guest blogger is Mark Roberts. I asked him to take a pic of the green wall in Trafalgar Square that … Read more
My current accessories, a Nora Batty-style bandage and a crutch, are not conducive to taking pics for this blog. So it’s time to call in some favours. For the next … Read more
When I walked past the National Gallery the other night, I saw that there was a green wall outside it. It was mostly obscured by a van so I took … Read more
A couple of ‘drive by’ topiary sightings within a few hundred metres of each other: a caterpillar and a smiley face. I bet the kids in the village love them.
I’m seeing a lot of clashing colours this year – reds and oranges, pinks and oranges and so on – and they’re really growing on me. They make pots unmissable. … Read more