Sunday Memories

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It’s Sunday so let’s me take you back to some stunning sunrises and sunsets from a few years ago!

The early bird catching the bird (or mouse!) – By SJ Butler
Stunning morning colours – By SJ Butler
Beautiful evening colours – By SJ Butler
Heart Stone & Sunset – By SJ Butler
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Sunday Memories

I was having a sort out of my hard drive and I came across this video of The Beast from…

Spring Memories

A few images from past Springtime. I just love the colours and the freshness of Spring. The first Daffodil has…

Memories of Spring 2018

Well another weekend (nearly) already! As there has not been any gorgeous sunrises or sunsets this week (or none that…

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Hello June

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Wow it’s been a week since my last post! I’ve just been so busy with work and gardening and all the other stuff that happens!

I visited Beningbrough Hall Gardens, Breezy Knees Gardens and editing a stack loads of photographs. Enjoy your Sunday and take lots of pictures!

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What a most beautiful start to the weekend. Enjoy the sun and have a lovely day! Over the past 6…


What a hot and sunny week this has been; of course now it is the weekend it’s gone cooler again!…

Sunday Memories

It’s Sunday so let’s me take you back to some stunning sunrises and sunsets from a few years ago!

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Sunday Memories

Sunday memories this time I’ve chosen the theme of yellow.

Yellow flowers commonly evoke feelings of happiness and cheer, which is exactly what they symbolize. The are associated with the sun and as such are often viewed as uplifting especially when included in floral displays. The message does depend of the type of flower and the circumstances, but as a rule, you can count on yellow flowers to carry a positive message.

Ancient Mayans: The Mayans associated yellow with corn the provider of their sustenance. Yellow flowers symbolized wholesomeness and abundance.

Central and South America: In some Central and South American cultures, yellow flowers are reserved for funerals.

Mexico: In some areas of Mexico, marigold yellow represents death.
France: In France the color yellow symbolizes jealousy.

Victorian England: In Victorian times, the yellow rose gained special significance as as symbol of love, as until recently yellow roses did not exist.

Eastern Cultures: The color yellow is considered sacred and imperial, which may carry over to the meaning of yellow flowers.

Western Cultures: In the Western culture, yellow symbolizes happiness, joy and hope.

Yellow flowers have played a vital role in history both as symbols of lightness and levity and as solemn flowers for remembrance and sympathy.

Meaning and Symbolism of Yellow Flowers. Although there are some exceptions to the language of flowers when it comes to yellow flowers, they most commonly represent the following: Friendship, Happiness, Joy, Pride, Clarity, Truth & intellect.


Big Butterfly Count

People across the UK are being asked to take part in an annual count of…

June Memories

I can hear the wind blowing outside as I lay in my bed at 05:00.…

Feeling Mellow

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Have you ever wondered what connotations of colours can mean?

Well here are a few positive, negative and how the colour makes you feel.

Hope you like the images at the end.

Yellow symbolizes: happiness, optimism, positivity, intellect

Effects of yellow: clarifies, inspires, amuses, energizes

Positive traits: creativity, perception, mentality, warmth

Negative traits: cowardice, deception, egotism, caution

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Update on Limpy

Hi, an update on my brother’s cat Limpy. He has had the operation and his eye looks so much better.…

Springtime 🌸

Oh my goodness sorry for not posting for a while! I don’t know where time is going! It’s lovely to…

Please help Limpy

Hi, I don’t normally do this but I wonder if you could spare any spare change to help this poor…

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