My son and daughter in law have been staying here too this weekend - and have just departed.
He has loaned me his camera for a few days until my one is delivered. His is a Canon.
I don't have much of a clue how to work it (no instruction book with it) but just with these photos, taken this evening when the sun had gone in, I can see how very much better it is than mine one was.
The card is full, and I can't find my old camera - it will be here somewhere - otherwise I would have taken more!
But I thought that I would include these shots from a selection of flowers in my garden.
Fairly quick visits up to the allotment - 2 x half an hour each day, to see to the chooks and harvest. Tomorrow major pruning of hedges going on - so I am needed here.
Hope to get back to 'normal' up the allotment later in the week - not really any free time until Thursday. But as soon as it is humanly possible I will be there - working - and you will be the first to know.
Echinacea - so illuminating
Day Lily at the end of it one and only day of flowering.
Cardoon just turning into a seed head, with a family of bees enjoying the last of the pollen
Centurea Seed Head
Coreopsis with insect
Hollyhock with bee tucked up for the night.