Posted in Life, Photography

June 2017 – week 25

Welcome back to this year’s photo-a-day journey. I’m sharing little bits of my daily life & travels.

This week we welcomed summer! Hooray! The weather has been beautiful. So many flowers are now blooming.

Now onto this week’s photos:

June 18 – blowing in the breeze; with the warm weather and rain of the past few weeks, the grass has really shot up. It looks so pretty waving in the breeze.

18 blowing in the breeze
169/365 (Nikon D5100)

June 19 – facing the sun; the sweetest little pink flowers on our creek bank facing the sun.

19 facing the sun
170/365 (Nikon D5100)

June 20 – peaking over the fence; ivy peaking over the back fence … beautiful in all seasons, but currently a gorgeous emerald-green.

20 peaking over the fence
171/365 (Nikon D5100)

June 21 – welcome summer; who doesn’t like buttercups?

21 welcome summer
172/365 (Nikon D5100)

June 22 – my messy herb garden; I really need to get into my herb garden and tame it a bit, but it is doing well at least; surprisingly, as I do not have a green thumb.

22 my messy herb garden
173/365 (Nikon D5100)

June 23 – roadside beauty; every country road is currently decorate with pretty wildflowers.

23 roadside beauty
174/365 (Nikon D5100)

June 24 – lupins in my garden; I caught the morning sun streaming into my garden.

24 lupins
175/365 (Nikon D51000

As always, I thank you for visiting. Feel free to join in on Instagram, #ciuan365 or #nothingisordinary or you can just follow me @BasildonKitchens.

Until next time, Connie 🙂

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I am living my dream life in the country! I love photography, travelling, cooking, baking and I even try my hand at quilting.

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