yizhivika

A photo (or three) a day for 2012.

Archive for the tag “Macro flowers”

Alver Valley…mission aborted…

Bee…or is it a wasp?…on a flower.

Thought I was going to see The Villagers Open Air Drama Group’s production of The Winter’s Tale here tonight…but I got the wrong day!

Oh, well, I’ll be back tomorrow..but, for now, the X88 bus to the Gosport Ferry ;).

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A rainy day in Hampshire…but there are always the flowers ;)

Flower one…

Flower two…

Flower three…

Some kind of beauty, some kind of beast ;)

Red dresses in Tiffanys, West Street, Fareham.

Unidentified flower in Titchfield Park Road.

More Fratton Park graffiti, beyond the South Stand.

Midsummer’s Day in North Finchley

Outside White Rose Motors in North Finchley High Road.

Sheltering outside a restaurant, in the midst of a downpour, in North Finchley High Road.

Pink rose…in Woodside Lane, N12.

Strictly local…N20.

Pink peony…in Swan Lane, Whetstone, London N20.

Small memorial to Alf Jackson, in Swan Lane Open Space, Whetstone, London N20.

Rose, with blue skies above Whetstone :).

St. Martin-in-the-Fields carved figures, a Chiltern Street rose and a Baker Street Tube platform…

Carved figures at St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, by Trafalgar Square.

Some kind of abstractions…and ‘My Love is Like a Red, Red, Rose…’

View through a rainy train window near Cosham, early evening…

House bricks in a white wall…Orchard Road, Southsea.

“My love is like a red, red rose, That’s newly sprung in June…”…blossoming in XQ’s back garden :).

More macro flowers, and West Street in the morning…

West Street, Fareham…around half-seven this morning.

Two more macro flower photos…and an abandoned car…

Abandoned car near Fratton station…

A flower at the old Vicarage, an inspired piece of architecture, and the City of Westminster’s Coat of Arms…

In the garden of the old Vicarage, in East Malling High Street, Kent.

100, Victoria Street, Westminster…and I love this bit of modern archtecture :).

Further along Victoria Street, at number 64, the Coat of Arms on the City of Westminster council offices wall.

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