WP Blogger Ben says share your own vision of a container you find interesting. Show us something that contains something else.
I’ve photographed this book on the side of the road over the past few years. It might have one more chapter left.
Light/dark, tall/short, happy/sad — WP blogger Michelle says share a photo that captures a contrast.
Everyone has an opinion regarding topiary. The cheeky collection of garden gossip, Yew and Non-Yew, Gardening for Horticultural Climbers, by James Bartholomew tracks the fashion frenzy of this venerable horticultural art.
The title of his book comes from the British terms ‘U’ and ‘non-U’ ~ terms used to define upper-class and non-upper-class behavior. Bartholomew calls the yew tree the ultimate ‘U’ plant. He says: “Not all types of topiary are Yew. A tall pyramid or standard is certainly Yew. . . . A peacock or chicken is borderline. . . . A teapot, space rocket, car or telephone . . . is non-Yew.”
Then there’s this guy. What do Yew think?
"My Backyard Visitors" - All about birds - The world is my backyard!
Micro fiction contest
in love with carbs and poetry
breath, spirit, soul
~ we do what we like and we like what we do
Research on Dark-eyed Juncos and why animals do what they do
All of this and more.