Last weekend, my sister in law, her husband and my two gorgeous nephews came to visit. It won’t come as a surprise I’m sure that we gorged ourselves on all manner of delectable treats: scones with jam and cream, a carrot-and-pineapple-dairy-free cake (simply delicious and fruity, we ate it before I could get pictures… I’ll post the recipe when I get it from my SIL)
a lemon drizzle cake (also delicious, I’ll post the recipe tomorrow) and rum truffles (need I say more?)
Then had dinner (always a good idea to have dessert first, just in case the dinner ruined the ability to pack in the sweet stuff)
After we rolled away from the table, and waddled outside to mind the children in the warm March sunshine, my brother in law let me have a go of his super-dee-dooper camera with ultra zoom lens.
Heaven in a piece of equipment… I could have played with it all day.
I took these pictures of the new life and buds in the garden.
Guess what I’m saving up for??!!
Are you saving up for a greenhouse? 🙂
Nice close up shots, was it a Digital SLR or other camera?
It was a digital SLR, with a huge lens…. *sigh* !!
Lovely, lovely, lovely. Your exhibition was beautiful, like yourself, deary and as for those little darlings of yours, well it was my honour to be a little helping hand around your exhibition. Thank God the auld leg stuck it out! I must rush off and count my pennies and see would I be able to afford one of your paintings before someone beats me to it. I’m not even going to say which one is my favourite in case I’m pipped at the post! What is that young man, John going on about Digital SLR? Is it something to do with super powered camera batteries or what?