Jude’s garden challenge asks us to capture the essence of summer. Visit her for a rose garden and other delights.
Nice photographs, and I enjoy your writing. I don’t know Poland and I look forward to learning more
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Fabulous, fabulous shots! I especially like the sycamore wings. I have some damp ones from my Krakow visit. 🙂 Are you off to Gdansk today? Travel safe, with lots of hugs, and capture lots of memories for me. 🙂
Gdańsk on the 16th. That gives me time to make the most of it. I’m a bit intrigued by a show collection at the archaeological museum for starters: and there are ferry trams!
I’m glad you like my cusp of summer photos, especially the last one. If I discard all the samara shots I’ve taken, I reckon I might liberate about 10gb of iPad storage.
Mighty tempted to check flights but it would be SO unpopular with the other half. 🙂 Just being greedy 😦
Oh, forget the other half. I’d be delighted!!!!
The sycamore photo is a beauty Meg, and I love the raindrops and the fungi – what’s it doing in June? I can smell the Rosa Rugosa from here, heavenly 🙂
Thanks for the ID. The sycamore one is one of my favourite photos of the month. See my response to Jude on the subject of mushrooms.
Lots of summery loveliness here Meg, but like Gilly I have to ask “where did you find the mushrooms?” Little fairy houses! We usually see them appearing in September. Must be a damp spot somewhere on your walks 🙂
I’m cheating a bit. Some of these were earlier than the official start of summer. And there have been fungi around for the last month – more yesterday around the trunk of a tree where we picnicked on the way home from preschool, some visibly pushing through the dirt, and some when Maja first started criticising my Polish pronunciation a month ago: “grzyby” is the offending word. I’ve seen them in the parks (three different ones) and beside the road. We’ve had a mix of rain and warm. It hadn’t registered that mushrooming is much later in the year.
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