Sunday Memories

It is Sunday so it must be Memories time again and hope it reminds you of warmer days.
I can hear the rain battering by window and the wind blowing outside. I have fed the birds and tied down the cover of my patio furniture.

Sunflowers reaching for the sun – can’t wait to start growing these again. I may start some of in the next few days once I’ve cleaning the greenhouse out!

Beningbrough Hall is always a favourite of mine partly because I have a National Trust yearly pass which allows be to visit many places.

The meadows at ‘golden hour’ was really special too. Golden buttercups bathed in the rays of the setting sun (plus it was also lovely and hot even at sunset.)

As you probably realise I love photographing bees. Where would we be without bees? As far as important species go, they are top of the list. They are critical pollinators: they pollinate 70 of the around 100 crop species that feed 90% of the world!

I also visited York where they had made it into a bee friendly city with tubes of flowers and flower displays all around.

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6 thoughts on “Sunday Memories

  1. Beautiful as always Sue. Today I found my stories on my visit to Haworth the home of the Brontes. I may publish my travel memories one day soon. I feel so blessed that I got to visit so many places that had a special meaning for me. Yorkshire is such a place.

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      1. Many thanks Sue. I have been going through my travel memories and realising just how good those memories are. I was regaling my husband with my written memories of our honeymoon cycling through Portugal, Spain and France 22 years ago tonight over drinks at our little country place.
        Your home country is so special. I was always obsessed with the Brontes as a little girl who loved books. I told my dear Nan while watching TV shows about the Brontes that I would die from galloping consumption!

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