Reblogged this on The Militant Negro™.
Found you! Now if you’d been wearing russet and green…
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I guess my disguise would have worked better if I’d hidden among tall delphiniums on a herbaceous border !
Not very well hidden, Sarah. Love your hat. 🙂
One hat of many, but it’s my favourite. And it stays on my head when Mister takes me for a drive in his convertible with the top down!
Thank you 🙂 We travelled to that garden in the MG, hence the big hat and sunglasses!
You look v gardening glam 🙂
I was just visiting the garden. Not doing any digging or work in it. After that photo was taken, I went off for a cup of tea and some homemade cake that was being served on the terrace of the big house. Very posh — hah, hah!
You have really changed since Mister P started taking you about in that sports car 🙂
Now I’m getting paranoid D: The word “changed” could mean many things!
Only nice things!
I’ll never grow up!
Good! I know I shan’t either!
You are either very short on the bushes ar very high. 🙂
I’m quite tall, which makes it harder to hide 🙂
You need to take lessons from that fish! Great photo though 🙂
I do, indeed. Haven’t learned the art of camouflage at all. I’m a bit like the small child who puts a box over her head and thinks that just because she can’t see anybody, she’s invisible!
Fun shot, Sarah!
Thanks, Naomi 🙂 I was having fun, too, making the most of this year’s rare sunshine.
One of those rare days of brilliant sunshine this summer, the memory of which I cherish!
Yes the weather wasn’t great there this summer but I still had a great time!!
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