I am still trying to get around to photographing Josh’s bonsai while they are with me . It’s just been so busy at work that blogging is having to take a back seat. I normally have posts scheduled ready to go but this last week has been hectic.
Anyway, here is one of Josh’s that I did take a few snaps of recently. Not great photos but they give the general idea of scale and quality.
Had my usual Sunday walk with my friend Steven and the dogs this morning before the Storm hit. This afternoon brought heavy rain and a little flooding around the garden.
The walk was in Redburn Country Park in Belfast overlooking the harbour.
Dry River, never seen this here before!
Grumpy Face Ent
Cleggs! Killed about 6 of the buggers!
Lots of tree damage for some reason.
Ivy piggyback ride
Frodos hiding spot!
Old Beech Hedge now a tree lane.
A few foliage , flower and fruit shots from the garden this week.
Yes please 🙂 Interesting post over on Xavier Site. Click to visit.
Salvaged this one from my front garden a few years back. Only one branch at the top was alive and it had a live vein that was only 2mm wide at one point.
It has a bit to go before it looks like much but I have enjoyed watching it pull though 🙂
Setting bonsai aside, I do like getting long to the Rose Show in Belfast each year. The rose gardens are amazing and it’s a really nice family atmosphere. I didn’t get to take many photos this year as I was late getting there to collect my trees from the exhibition. Here are a few of what I did manage to take.