HPH photograph diary / 19. Walks, Crops, Shadows – HOUSE PLANT HOUSE

Some pictures from the previous few weeks. Practice window views of flooded fields and half-submerged bushes. The river Ouse was very excessive. Strolling round a metropolis. Blue skies and low solar. However not fairly used to the hustle and bustle. Rural weekend walks, noticing the snowdrops and beginnings of crocuses popping up in sunny patches. Shady areas aren’t in bloom but although. Daffodils are the identical – not fairly open in cooler spots however they line the roadside with their blissful splashes of yellow. Early March mild is creating new shadows indoors and out. Standing with my again to the kitchen window and feeling the heat of the solar on my shoulders is a welcome morning second. I’ve been having fun with my first cup of espresso standing right here. Dabbling in some portray once more. Noticing shadows of crops and leaves. Houseplant propagations nestled on cabinets. All ready patiently to be potted up.

Photograph Diary

If that is the primary of my Photograph Diary posts you’ve seen, this collection is a approach of sharing the on a regular basis pictures that I snap very often when going for a stroll, or little particulars I discover at residence. This collection began off as particular person pictures again in 2019 below the title Ephemera, as a bit on my web site to share the transient moments I doc, as ephemera derives from the Greek ephemeros — that means ‘lasting solely sooner or later, short-lived’.

Once I moved final yr and through lockdown, I began sharing my walks and day by day observations over on my Instagram tales and after such a optimistic response, I needed to share a slice of the on a regular basis right here on my web site too, however as a curated assortment of pictures each few weeks, in ‘photograph drop’ type. These are saved below the Photograph Diary tab and are collections of my daily images that I put collectively each few weeks or in order a punctuation to the longer kind plant care posts. In addition they have ended up appearing like a visible diary of types.

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