Wednesday, January 3

December picture diary



My completed December diary with notes and links to both our blogs is here



Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett



13 comments:

  1. It's amazing to see new shoots appearing along with last year's tomatoes in the same month, especially when there's been ice around as you show in your photos.

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  2. Lovely to see your round up; I really don't think I'd have the patience to line everything up so nicely, as you have done! Happy New Year from a wildly windy west Wales!

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    1. Happy new year to you too, Deborah. The photos are separate collages just posted one after the other, I create one each week for my web site diary. Photoshop has guidelines and alignment tools that mean it can be done fairly quickly.

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  3. WOW girl! That's a lot of awesomeness in one blog post. Thank you for the encouragement! I haven't been near the allotment in months and only tentatively returned to blogging today. Your hard work and success is a real push. xx

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    1. I hope 2018 is gentle with you Carrie.

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  4. It looks like December was cold, wet, and gray. I guess I noticed that because that is what we hoped for here and didn't get.

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  5. What a month you've had - the contrast between green and snow/ice is striking. And tomatoes in December, now that's a treat!

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    1. It was a treat Margaret. Fortunately the snow and ice was short lived. In fact I had to be quick to manage a photo of the snow.

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  6. Some wonderful images here. Loved the tomatoes and new shoots, who thought you'd see the two together.xxx

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    1. Indeed, Dina - who would have thought it?

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  7. This is a brilliant way of showcasing your month and great to see how much produce you're still harvesting. Fantastic pictures of the ice but I especially love the steam trains! Reminds me of my youth!

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    1. Thanks, Caro. Steam trains are very photogenic. I’m second camera person as Martyn using the video we take to create his films. The photos are grabbed from the video.

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