Not only is it the time of year for the Sculpture in Context exhibition in the Botanic Gardens, it also feels as if we have been having more sunshine than we had all summer, almost. It's just a shame that it's so late in September that there isn't a lot of warmth left in it, but it's beautiful to wake up to blue skies and sunshine for several mornings in a row. Saturday was one such morning, so we headed over to the Botanic Gardens for what is, I think, our first visit this year because of the weather having largely been so uninspiring.
|Still life in the peony border...|
|The kitchen garden was mostly faded, but the chard was a glorious riot of colour|
|From a distance, this looked like a little cameo, and at first we both thought it was part of the sculpture exhibition!|
|Colchicum - they looked as if a shower of little darts had landed in the ground|
|Bokeh effect - lily leaves, sunshine, and water|