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Old 16th October 2020, 07:07 AM   #463121  /  #4051
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Nothing overly special, just a bunch of trees
The camera didn't seem to quite pick up the colours.
This weekend I plan on going out again for an hour or so by myself, with the good camera and doing a bit of a jog on the 2km trail.



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Old 16th October 2020, 07:11 AM   #463122  /  #4052
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Gorgeous!

I love the framing on that first one.
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Old 16th October 2020, 07:39 AM   #463125  /  #4053
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Gorgeous!

I love the framing on that first one.
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I wish I could have captured it as I saw it! Because the lighting was just gorgeous and it was so nice looking out at the trees in that lighting. But, it's okay.
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Old 16th October 2020, 02:33 PM   #463145  /  #4054
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Those are lovely pics, Mantis.

I took my third coffee out on the deck this morning because it is calm, sunny and mild. Got mesmerised watching leaves fall from the big maple right in front of the deck. Did a count for three minutes and it averaged 8 leaves per minute. Then a bluejay landed on a small branch and 11 leaves immediately took to the air.

I'm firmly approving of petunias as garden flowers after this year, and interested in the difference in plant longevity. The purple petunias were beautiful, but finished flowering several weeks ago. The white vining petunias have been putting on a very feeble show for the past two weeks, just a few tiny fragile blooms at the ends of dying stems. The plain red-pink petunias are dead. But the red and white striped ones are still fully green-leafed and flowering vigorously, having sprawled all over the little garden bed they occupy with a bunch of pansies. The only ones that successfully set seed though was the purple ones. The vining petunias had double flowers that were pretty impenetrable for most pollinating insects. Idk why the others didn't, except perhaps that they didn't have much scent whereas the purple ones had a very strong scent that travelled a long distance.

Still lots of fall wildflowers blooming away. There've been two mild frosts so far, but we are still having a lot of days with highs of 15, even 17 and 18, like today.
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^I was also pleasantly surprised by the petunias this year too. I've never planted them before, but planted just a few flowers into a large pot on the front step. They ended up growing like crazy and spread across the whole pot. It was the yellow and red striped ones. Looked very nice. They died about a week ago. It's been raining like crazy, and I think they just got water logged.

Another one that has been doing well, and is still doing well, is the potted begonias. I've noticed that there are some people that have planted them in their garden, and they just seem to spread and bloom like crazy. Looks gorgeous.. they seem to do really well here.



^these ones (pic from online)
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Old 17th October 2020, 04:23 PM   #463162  /  #4056
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I have some of those fibrous begonias too. In fact I overwintered them inside in a pot. I wasn't expecting much from them, since they were pretty wan and scraggly by spring, but in fact they grew like crazy and put on a great show. I'm going to try to keep them for another winter.

The best thing about petunias is they are among the cheapest annuals you can buy, and they're very rewarding. I now understand their popularity.

On the creative front, I'm close to finishing my first large format painted thing in a decade and feeling more confident as my skills return. This morning I finished painting all the breasts, wings, and tails of four hummingbirds that I outlined yesterday. Domestic realities keep limiting my time in the studio, which is a bit frustrating. Mr.b finished the most recent job a few weeks ago and has yet to settle into any kind of predictable routine, which means I get interrupted a lot. Hoping he works out his plans soon.
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Old 17th October 2020, 11:59 PM   #463177  /  #4057
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Nice work. Any chance when it's all complete, you'll upload it and share it on here?



Well, if he's not busy, tell him to go make you a sandwich.


I think I'll try that with the begonias this year, in that case. Would be a nice little plant for the indoors too.
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