An English country Garden – Camera Catches

Just Roses really. Here’s a tiny selection from all the flower photos taken this June while we were away in the South Of England.  Each photo can be enlarged for detail, by simply clicking on the image. thank you..

Camera Catches - Photography


Most beautifulMost beautiful

Our England is a garden, and such gardens are not made
By singing:—”Oh, how beautiful!” and sitting in the shade…
~Rudyard Kipling, “The Glory of the Garden”



A little about my photography. I am not a pro. but an amateur who does not much understand all the settings or the technology that goes along with my camera. I take photos for fun only. I don’t want to learn this and that, nor what’s the best skill to use, well not when taking photos of flowers. Flowers are fun, the speak for themselves. I love them. They seem to respond well to my point and shoot methods. Thank you flowers for being a part, a large part of my world. I love your Earth smiles.     ~ eve


All photos are clickable to enlarge. thank you.


Devonshire Cottage Devonshire Cottage

sweetness sweetness

“Love is like the…

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5 thoughts on “An English country Garden – Camera Catches

    1. this is lovely.. I am so happy for you. You deserve this award, its one that really says something of value.. And thank you for passing the award to me. I have already commented… So keep this one short. Namaste. eve


        1. Barbara, for some reason i don’t understand the award page you posted on my blog is gone. I have the photos of the awards on my blog now but the page itself has gone. Can you please send it to me again.. thanks so much.


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